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Leslie Good

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Math Acceleration
Posted: Dec 1, 2008 1:48 PM
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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 off-line 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.&nbsp; Answers to the following questions would be greatly appreciated:</div>
<div>&nbsp;</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?&nbsp; Three years?</li></ul>
<div>Thanks for any and all info!&nbsp; Feel free to email me off-line 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>&nbsp;</div>
<div>Leslie Good</div>
<div>Director of Mathematics</div>
<div>Penfield Central School District</div>



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