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Betty Worthington

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Re: urgent question that needs a response
Posted: Jan 31, 2011 2:46 PM
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Our school does the same thing. We do however have a lab set up for those kids that struggle. This is the first year that we have had all the kids in Integrated Algebra so I am not sure how they will do on the regents, or how much they will retain for the following year. We are however putting into place a non regents geometry, but only for those kids that are recommended for it. Hope this helps.

Betty Worthington
Math Teacher
Pavilion Central School
(585) 584-3115

>>> <JFish@csufsd.org> 1/31/2011 2:36 PM >>>
Our new Principal has decided that beginning in Sept. 2011, our school will only offer one type of Integrated Algebra Course. In other words, there will be no 1.5 year program or 2 year program for Integrated Algebra. By the way, all SPED students are also expected to take the 1 year program. There are absolutely no exceptions! And...the same thing is being done for Geometry as well.

So my question for you is this: Does your school offer only one level of Integrated Algebra for ALL students in the building? What do you think of this plan?

I'm sorry, but I need responses quickly because we are supposed to run next year's schedules later this week.

Thanks in advance!!!


Jim


Sincerely,

James Fish

Mathematics Department
JFK High School
305 Cayuga Creek Road
Cheektowaga, NY 14227
(716)897-7800 ext. 1144

"Mathematics is a key that allows the mind to unlock many doors to the future."



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