Fulton Schools computer crash preps system for tests
by James Swift
07:49 PM, Wednesday, January 28
Earlier this month, a capacity-constraint stress test was conducted throughout Georgia. The experiment was to see if the state’s schools could handle a large volume of online test takers. “The good news is, all the devices in the schools worked,” ...

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