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May 4, 2013 9:33 PM

Kentucky schools forced to rearrange testing plans after ACT online snafu

Kentucky high school students who haven't completed required end-of-course testing online will be taking their tests the old-fashioned way. After sporadic problems last week with the ACT Inc. online test, testing coordinators throughout the state learned Friday that they must administer pencil-and-paper tests for all students who have not yet taken the tests online this year.

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