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A Utah School Board Wins a $3 Million Settlement With a Standardized Testing Company

The standardized testing company fired by Utah education officials will now pay the state more than $3 million to resolve a lawsuit after its glitches delayed thousands of students here from finishing their exams, blocked many from logging on and left some missing scores.

The legal settlement with Questar puts to an end to the more than two-year dispute over the testing disruptions that dogged the year-end exams in spring 2019.

“We are glad to reach a conclusion with Questar and move forward,” said Mark Huntsman, chair of the Utah State Board of Education, in a statement. “This settlement represents the closing of a chapter.”

Read the source article at Salt Lake Tribune

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