South Dakota's position as a leader in using technology in the classroom soon may include online administration of its state-level achievement tests. If a measure passed by the state legislature Feb. 28 is signed by the governor, South Dakota will revamp its entire student achievement test program, and education officials say the revamp will include moving to an internet-based test.

State officials and executives at EdVision, which is helping South Dakota develop its online test programs, cite three key advantages to online testing:

  • Adaptability. If a student performs
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