HARRISBURG (WSKG) – The Wolf administration is making changes to standardized testing in Pennsylvania elementary schools. Governor Tom Wolf said Monday that the changes will mean students spending at least 20 percent less time on state exams. Wolf said throughout his first term, he’s heard repeatedly from parents and teachers that federally-mandated state testing sucks up too much class time. So starting next spring, he said there will be a new test designed to combat that. “This change will allow students and teachers to focus their classroom time on getting the education they need, rather than preparing for one exam,” he said. The Pennsylvania System of School Assessment tests will still meet state Education Department standards.