Among Michigan public schools a new study has determined the majority have the internet bandwidth available to allow for digital testing. The objective is to no longer have students take the "Michigan Educational Assessment Program" test the old fashioned way by writing their answers. Instead everything would be done via computer. According to the "Detroit News"  most--but not all of Michigan's public schools are ready. Those that are not still have to get the new equipment in place. The new testing system is scheduled to start next year.

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