Standardized testing resumes in Oklahoma schools - - No One Gets You Closer

Standardized testing resumes in Oklahoma schools

BRYAN COUNTY -- Tuesday, standardized testing resumed at schools in Oklahoma.

Monday, 8,100 students statewide kept getting kicked out of the computer program and some said they couldn't log in at all. The state eventually stopped all online testing.

It's the second straight year a software glitch has disrupted the exam.

The test provider, CTB/McGraw Hill issued a statement Monday evening apologizing for the disruption and saying that a "network service interruption" affected some schools and that the problem was found and corrected within three hours.

Test administrators in our area told us they didn't have any trouble getting through the exam Tuesday.

Testing continues through next week.