State School Superintendent Extends Oklahoma Testing Period
OKLAHOMA CITY - State Superintendent of Education Joy Hofmeister has announced on Monday an extension of the Oklahoma School Testing Program schedule.
Testing was scheduled to begin on April 2 but has been delayed by a statewide teacher walkout. Because several school districts in the state have announced additional closures for a second week, Hofmeister extended the testing period.
The federally mandated assessments have been adjusted one week from the original deadline.
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