End of course testing did not take place in Rutherford County Schools Monday

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The State of Tennessee testing platform for local schools has crashed, which means online tests that were set to begin on Monday (4/16/18) did not happen.

James Evans, spokesperson for the Rutherford County Schools stated, "The Tennessee Department of Education and its testing vendor, Questar, identified the problem, which was caused by a software conflict within the login system, and they have fixed the issue. The login problem was not caused by a server crash or a capacity issue, according to information from the Department of Education. It was also not caused by a problem with Rutherford County Schools or any of our networks or computers. The state says the software problem has been fixed, and as such, we will resume our online testing tomorrow."

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