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Topic: high school scope and sequence
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Re: high school scope and sequence
Posted: Feb 6, 2013 9:17 PM
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Let's not make any assumptions that just because both exams are being offered means that ANYONE can take the 2005 standards based exams.
Was there a memo on this that I missed? (for some reason some of my listserve stuff has been going to spam lately) I'm pretty sure that those 2005 standards exams are only going to be offered to students who previously failed them.
Anyone else know?

Elizabeth Waite

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Subject: Re: high school scope and sequence

Since the "old" (2005 NYS standards) regents exams will still be offered 2013-2014 are there districts that will only implement CCSS in Algebra next year and use the 2005 state standards for Geometry? Or is everyone implementing CCSS Algebra and Geometry next year?

On Feb 6, 2013, at 8:45 PM, "Jennifer Griffin" <> wrote:

So will students still be able to earn two high school credits for Algebra (algebra split over two years)? or must all students take Algebra in one year?

Jennifer Griffin
Pine Plains Central School District

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On Feb 6, 2013, at 3:45 PM, "Kate Martin-Bridge" <> wrote:

At this point there is no change; passing any one Math regents is the requirement. Again that is at this point in time.

Kate Martin-Bridge
HS Representative

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On Feb 6, 2013, at 8:46 AM, "Leslie Tanner" <> wrote:


Thanks for passing this on. So now I pose the question to the group, how will graduation requirements change for mathematics given the changes to the curriculum? Has anyone heard anything?

Leslie Tanner
HS Math Teacher

>>> Liz Waite <> 02/05/13 6:46 AM >>>

Looks like we have some new info on engage ny...."a story of functions"

Elizabeth Waite
AMTNYS Coordinator of Reps

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