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Topic: 3-8 testing and component retesting
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Re: 3-8 testing and component retesting
Posted: Nov 20, 2009 8:02 AM
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I didn't find it. But I will check again.
Barb



-----Original Message-----
From: Thomas Mariano <tom.mariano@gmail.com>
To: nyselmath@mathforum.org
Sent: Thu, Nov 19, 2009 12:04 pm
Subject: Re: 3-8 testing and component retesting


Our understanding from the state for many years is that all our schools must follow the same testing schedule. Is it in the administrator's manual?


On Wed, Nov 18, 2009 at 8:49 AM, <BAmedro@aol.com> wrote:


When it says "Within each grade, schools are to administer the test on the same day to all students except for those students who are absent. " , does "school" mean building or district? If a district has more than one elementary building, can different buildings administer the grade level test different days?

I sent this question to SED over 3 weeks ago, with no response yet. Does anyone knew for sure?
Thanks! This list serv is GREAT!

Barb Amedro
Staff Development Specialist for Math
Oswego County BOCES



In a message dated 11/17/2009 11:30:49 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, gwilkie@highlands.com writes:
Within each grade, schools are to administer the test on the same day to all students except for those students who are absent.







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