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The Arizona Department of Education will allow extra time for school districts and charter schools to assess a new online assessment that might replace the AIMS test, after receiving complaints about the timing of the assessment.
The Tucson Unified School District is looking to spend more than $2.2 million to prepare for a new online assessment being piloted by the state that may never be used.
More rigorous academic standards are coming to Arizona's public schools this year, but the transition, which some schools have already begun, will be difficult and expensive.
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