OEA urges state tests invalidated

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Updated: 6/25/2013 3:49 pm Published: 6/25/2013 3:48 pm

There's a push to invalidate all 2013 standardized tests in Oklahoma.

The Oklahoma Education Association released a report on Tuesday verifying the testing company was "grossly deficient" in its ability to meet the needs of schools and students.

As FOX23 reported, 9100 students had their tests disrupted because of the testing company's server issues.

The association urges the State Board of Education to invalidate the tests, they said the results could negatively impact students.

The board meets on Thursday.

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