To help educators meet the rigorous demands of the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), Scantron Corp. is offering $2.5 million worth of free, computer-based assessments to schools nationwide. The catch: schools taking advantage of the offer can expect to pay a one-time training fee of up to $2,000.

The initiative, announced March 25, will provide schools with 250,000 standards-based assessments using Scantron's Performance Series, a computer-adaptive online assessment program tailored to each test taker's individual ability and grade level.

According to Scantron executives, the company is offering the product...

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