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The Washington Post reports that Virginia state officials have announced that a glitch in the online administration of the state's Standards of Learning exams has forced school districts to re-administer 2,900 tests. While some students were taking the tests, their computer screens suddenly turned blue and displayed an error message. This glitch comes at a crucial time, as the Standards of Learning exams are used to determine whether schools meet both state and NCLB standards...
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