MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A Senate education committee has approved a bill that would delay the reporting of test results from a statewide exam being given to public school students this spring. Committee chairman Sen. Paul Farrow said Thursday the bill will be voted on by the full Senate on Tuesday. The measure was passed unanimously out of committee with bipartisan support. A broad coalition of groups, including advocates for voucher schools as well as the state teachers union, supports the bill. It delays reporting this year’s Badger Exam results on report cards or using the results to evaluate teachers. The Badger Exam, which is tied to Common Core academic standards, has been beset with a variety of problems in its first year and Gov. Scott Walker has called for it to be replaced.