Testing expert Ed Roeber encouraged the panel to spend at least two years creating and implementing the new assessment system, not rush into it like in 2014.
Superintendent Glenda Ritz and the Department of Education released a proposal for the state’s new testing system.
With only two meetings left, some of the panel members are disappointed there won’t be time to have much influence over the new test.
The House Education Committee held a hearing Tuesday on a bill that would require high school students to pass the 100-question civics exam before graduation.
A group of Indiana lawmakers meet today to discuss how the State will test students in the future.
To make up for two days of suspended testing, the state is extending the testing window an extra three days.
The Indiana Department of Education says the decision to resume testing was made based upon assurances made by the company which administers the test.
The Animal Board of Health began requiring a blood test for a parasitic disease a couple of years ago after several outbreaks around the country.
While proponents say the idea could bring jobs and money to the state, those against it worry about the safety risks.
Indiana currently spends $46.2 million on testing, roughly 0.7 percent of the state's total education budget.