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Topic: grading a regents - could we try this?
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JFish@csufsd.org

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Re: grading a regents - could we try this?
Posted: May 16, 2013 6:39 AM
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As much as your idea makes sense to those of us in the trenches, I'm
afraid the non-trusting "powers that be" above us would have this type of
reaction:

"The guiding teacher may not know who's exam is being discussed, but they
would know that it is one of their students which could bias their
response in favor of a higher score."

It's such a lousy feeling.....not being treated as a professional....not
being trusted.....all because of a few "bad apples". It's somewhat the
same as why we all have to remove our shoes at an airport....all because
of one human being. Ridiculous!

I wish you luck in your search for a solution. I think regional scoring
is your best option.

Sincerely,

Jim Fish

Mathematics Department Chair
JFK High School
305 Cayuga Creek Road
Cheektowaga, NY 14227
(716)897-7800 ext. 1120

"We the willing, are doing the impossible
for the ungrateful. We have done so much
for so long, with so little, we are now
qualified to do anything with nothing."



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