Recent Announcements

  • Chrome Version 72 Now Supported

    Google released a new dot version of ChromeOS v72, version 72.0.3626.119. AIR has confirmed this version resolved the previously identified issue that prevented users from accessing AIR testing sites. If your school had already upgraded to v72, please ensure you upgrade to this or a later dot version of 72. If your school has not upgraded to v72, you may do so at your discretion, ensuring you upgrade to this or a later dot version of 72.

    Added February 27, 2019
  • Chrome Version 72 – Unable to Access AIR Testing Sites

    Google released a new Chrome version on Friday and AIR has identified an issue with Chrome version 72 that prevents users from accessing AIR testing sites. Google and AIR are currently working on a fix. Chromebooks on ChromeOS v71 or earlier are not affected. If you are on a version of ChromeOS earlier than 72, do not upgrade your devices to ChromeOS v72. It is also recommended that you turn off auto-updates to prevent this upgrade before a fix is identified.

    If your district has already upgraded devices to Chrome version 72, another platform will need to be used to test until a fix is released. Once the fix is released by Google and AIR confirms that this issue is resolved, we will post notification that users may upgrade to 72.

    Added February 13, 2019
  • Reminder: Update Secure Browser for MacOS

    This is a reminder that support for the MacOS Secure Browser 10.4 will be discontinued after Friday, December 28. Please download and update your secure browser if you are using a MacOS device.

    Added December 19, 2018
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Working together, Measured Progress, American Institutes for Research, and the Montana Office of Public Instruction (OPI) use this portal to provide access to on-line systems and resources for administering Smarter Balanced Assessments. These assessments are part of Montana’s Comprehensive Assessment System (MontCAS), which has been designed to provide parents and teachers with valid, useful information to help all students succeed.

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