ISD’s Wait on State on STAAR Glitches

What’s next?

A question being asked at many school districts around the State–including some in the San Antonio area–after students taking the STAAR test ran in to a series of glitches Tuesday.

“A lot of students found themselves logged out… and, sometimes they lost their connectivity to the internet” Ed Suarez with the Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City Independent School District told KTSA News, describing the problems high schoolers taking the test ran in to.

Right now, Suarez said the ball is in the State’s court.

“We just don’t know. It’s all still a mystery in terms of what they’ve decided. How much was lost. What can be salvaged” Suarez said.

Whatever happens, the District is hoping some answers will come soon.

“I think in this particular case, the students shouldn’t be penalized for something that was way beyond their control” Suarez said.



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