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Topic: regents requirement for graduation??
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Kathleen_Curtis@pittsford.monroe.edu

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Re: Advanced designation? and alternatives to midterms
Posted: Feb 12, 2009 1:30 PM
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It sounds like 1 Regents and 3 years of math meets the graduation
requirement for a Regents diploma.

My question is for advanced designation:

Do students have to pass all 3 exams? Even if they are transferring in?

I know there have been SAT II scores and AP scores as alternatives, but
those scores may not be timely for graduation.

It's probably in Parts 100

Any experience with this?



2) If you use alternatives to the traditional 2-2.5 hour midterm
successfully, I would love to hear some ideas from the field.


Thank you for your time.



Kathy Curtis
Standards Leader for Mathematics
Pittsford Central Schools
kathleen_curtis@pittsford.monroe.edu


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