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Math Acceleration
Posted:
Dec 1, 2008 1:48 PM



I am interested in finding out about the processes that districts use in order to accelerate students in math. Answers to the following questions would be greatly appreciated:
 At what grade level(s) are students identified for acceleration?  How are students identified for acceleration (assessments, teacher recommendation, etc.)?  Are students only accelerated one year or do you accelerate students two years? Three years?
Thanks for any and all info! Feel free to email me offline if you would prefer  Leslie_Good@penfield.monroe.edu or lgood44@gmail.com
Leslie Good Director of Mathematics Penfield Central School District <div>I am interested in finding out about the processes that districts use in order to accelerate students in math. Answers to the following questions would be greatly appreciated:</div> <div> </div> <ul> <li>At what grade level(s) are students identified for acceleration?</li> <li>How are students identified for acceleration (assessments, teacher recommendation, etc.)?</li> <li>Are students only accelerated one year or do you accelerate students two years? Three years?</li></ul> <div>Thanks for any and all info! Feel free to email me offline if you would prefer  <a href="mailto:Leslie_Good@penfield.monroe.edu">Leslie_Good@penfield.monroe.edu</a> or <a href="mailto:lgood44@gmail.com">lgood44@gmail.com</a></div>
<div> </div> <div>Leslie Good</div> <div>Director of Mathematics</div> <div>Penfield Central School District</div>



