Day three for the Indiana ISTEP+ test seems to have gone better than the first two days.
Computer glitches and students not being able to log on caused officals to stop the test two days in a row.
Now The Indiana Department of Education says that things went much better after asking schools to decrease their daily test load to 50 percent of normal levels until further notice.
The department says the resumption of testing was based on assurances it's received from test vendor CTB McGraw Hill.
The agency says it will work with schools to ensure they have the time they need to fairly administer the standardized proficiency tests.