The Delaware General Assembly has spoken.
Students in public schools will be allowed to opt out of the Smarter Balanced Assessment tests.
The state Senate took all of five minutes to approve the measure.
It now goes to Governor Jack Markell who opposes the opt-out provision.
But both houses approved the measure by veto-proof votes.
The governor now has ten days to decide what to do.
Some parents have already kept their children from taking the test.