(Indianapolis, Ind.) - School districts across Indiana were forced to suspend online ISTEP+ testing Monday because of connectivity issues that kicked off students trying to take the test.
School leaders say computer screens froze in some cases and students were kicked out of the system.
Similar occurrences were reported at schools in Indianapolis, West Lafayette, Brownsburg, and Shelbyville according to the Indiana Department of Education. It is unclear if any southeast Indiana schools were affected.
CTB is the state-hired vendor for the online ISTEP+. They have been working to fix the problem: faulty servers.
Schools have until May 10 to complete their ISTEP+ testing.