In a move that may mark the first statewide implementation of a purely internet-delivered assessment test, South Dakota legislators recently approved the use of an online exam linked directly to that state's standards of learning.

Bill 234, signed into law by Gov. Bill Janklow March 5, specifies that "every school district shall administer the same criterion-referenced academic achievement test, once in the fall semester and once again in the spring semester, to all students in grades three,


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