KY Students To Take ACT By Hand

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Updated: 5/05/2013 10:22 pm
     Kentucky students will be taking the ACT by hand and not by computer.

     After online testing problems last week, the Kentucky Department of Education is moving to pencil and paper tests.

     The Herald-Leader reports the education department emailed testing coordinators Saturday saying that ACT was suspending the online system effective, Monday.

     Last week, students taking the online test in about 25 districts in Kentucky had slow and dropped connections.

     Students in other states are also experiencing problems.
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