Heavenlee Rehg and other third grade students at Illini Elementary school in Fairview Heights learn how to take the digital PARCC test earlier this school year. The students are not learning material but learning how the test questions and answers work, several of the questions require interacting with the test.
Heavenlee Rehg and other third grade students at Illini Elementary school in Fairview Heights learn how to take the digital PARCC test earlier this school year. The students are not learning material but learning how the test questions and answers work, several of the questions require interacting with the test. Derik Holtmann News-Democrat
Heavenlee Rehg and other third grade students at Illini Elementary school in Fairview Heights learn how to take the digital PARCC test earlier this school year. The students are not learning material but learning how the test questions and answers work, several of the questions require interacting with the test. Derik Holtmann News-Democrat

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