Some eighth-grade students have had difficulty taking the online version of the Maine Educational Assessment tests, and their schools have reverted to the pen and pencil version, reports the Bangor Daily News. The problems have not been widespread, according to state officials, and steps have been taken to remedy those issues. But the snarls have caused some frustration for students and teachers and some concern for administrators about the eventual results from the tests. The problem, according to Trenton Elementary School Principal Gary Bosk, is that the computer erases work that the students have done on the test. "They get to the end and they are unable to save the data," Bosk said…

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