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Topic: Grading Jan Exams?
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From: 140 Shepherd St, RVC, NY 11570
Registered: 2/7/06
who can grade the regents exams...
Posted: Jan 18, 2013 12:30 PM
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I have not seen any documentation stating that "You cannot correct the Regents exams of students in your SCHOOL".

The information booklet for scoring the regents exams in mathematics states "No teacher is to score any of the responses written by his or her own students..."
Teachers are allowed to score math exams of students they do not teach in the school.

Donald Chung
Assistant principal
South Side High School
140 Shepherd St
Rockville Centre, New York 11570

From: [] On Behalf Of John Sittig
Sent: Friday, January 18, 2013 12:16 PM
Subject: Re: Grading Jan Exams?

Not true. I checked with OSA and it is the principal's decision as to whether, for example, a teacher who has a student in algebra 2 can correct their exam in geometry,

John Sittig
Math/Science Department Chair
Voorheesville, NY
On Fri, Jan 18, 2013 at 12:02 PM, Kate Martin-Bridge <<>> wrote:
You cannot correct the Regents exams of students in your SCHOOL. You may correct Regents exams of other schools in all math subjects. This is the general idea behind distributive scoring. I realize that this may be onerous for some districts and I'm not sure how those particular issues are being handled by the state.
Kate Martin-Bridge
High School Level Rep
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On Jan 18, 2013, at 4:42 PM, "<>" <<>> wrote:

So, does this mean that if I am presently teaching Alg 2/Trig, that I may not correct the exams of my specific students, but I can correct my peer's students' exams. OR since I am teaching Alg 2/Trig, I may not correct ANY Algebra 2/Trig exams?

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