‘Momma bears’ shed tears of Esau as test snoops crash - Nooganomics
print By David Tulis Digital potholes rattled Tennessee’s school testing program to pieces. At least at the point where the program meets the student body. But the shards of paneling, stray screws and smashed server coils of the online machinery lying in the roadway have done little to budge the premise of public education that invigorates even the harshest critics of the blunder. The flop occurred Feb. 8 on the first day of use statewide. A “severe network outage” and “significant problems” struck the vendor serving the TNReady program, Measurement Inc., under a multi-million-dollar contract. Teachers and administrators were told