State officials reported that TNReady tests were still not ready throughout the state.
They said Some districts still have not received materials for the state's standardized testing method, called T-N Ready.
The Tennessee Department of Education has put the blame on Measurement Inc., the company in charge of those materials.
That company also headed up the electronic version of the test that crashed months ago.
Schools have extended their testing schedules through May 10th - four days later than originally planned.