Apr 16, 2014 6:34 PM
Students and teachers across the state are getting used to a new way of taking standardized tests.
Starting this year, students are taking the exams online.
Today was the third day of CMAS testing in district 11 in Colorado Springs.
Administrators say students have been more engaged while taking the test on the computer, rather than the traditional pencil and paper testing method.
"The students were very connected to what they were doing, reading along, watching the video, watching the simulations," said Janeen Demi-Smith of Educational Data and Support Services. "That's not something they've had the opportunity to do using the paper and pencil based environment."
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