OKLAHOMA CITY —
She believes ultimately, decisions about exemptions should be left to local administrators.
“They know who and who shouldn’t take a test. You’ve got to trust your local administrators to do the right thing,” Tinney said.
Wednesday marked the second issue in a week involving standardized testing in Oklahoma. On Monday, the state was forced to suspend online testing for the second year in a row after thousands of middle school students experienced disruptions due to a technical glitch.