Friday, April 14, 2017
SOUTH Australia has abandoned plans to begin online NAPLAN tests this year because of bugs in the computer platform making it unreliable.
The state Education Department does not want children to get part way through the literacy and numeracy tests, only to have the system crash.
SA has followed Queensland, which withdrew last week, and it is understood other states and territories are considering withdrawing or scaling back their participation.
All schools across the country are expected to move online by 2019, in a three-year transition period starting this year.
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Posted by Bill Healy at 4:46 PM