Officials say the 2015 Kansas math and reading tests went off essentially without a hitch, which is a sharp departure from last year. Technical problems and cyberattacks ultimately led to the 2014 numbers being thrown out. The testing center at KU designed and administered the test, and contracted with a private company to shield the testing platform from cyberattacks. Those blocked schools from getting into the exams, or made the process ultra-slow.
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