Colorado Strengthening Test Security With Computers To Prevent Cheating

08/10/2011 12:20 pm ET | Updated Oct 10, 2011

Systems in Colorado designed to maintain the integrity of standardized academic tests don't use as many checks for cheating as some in other states.

But in light of cheating scandals across the country -- and higher stakes associated with the implementation of Senate Bill 191, which ties teacher evaluations to student test performance -- Colorado is considering changes.

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