Tennessee’s failed testing system, TNReady, is experiencing problems yet again. Last week, the Department of Education alleged a dump truck took out the test.
That was the latest in a line of testing challenges during this year’s administration of TNReady.
This morning, eleven systems so far are reporting login and/or submission problems with TNReady. Knox, Putnam, Campbell, Sequatchie, Rutherford, Robertson, Williamson, Montgomery, Collierville, Sumner, and Cumberland have reported issues with the test today so far.
UPDATE: 9:59 AM — It appears the TNReady problems are widespread across the state. No word yet on what caused today’s outage.
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