Before this year, grading the standardized tests taken by students as part of the Missouri Assessment Program (MAP) was a decidedly hands-on assignment.

Teachers from the state packed up for sessions at the test publisher's offices in California and Indiana, ready to wade through stacks of the actual test booklets filled out by students.

It made for quite a hassle.

"You're talking many, many pallets [of test booklets]

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