We just met and decided that it means you cannot correct your current students if they are taking their exam in that course. So I may not correct repeaters in my algebra course but can help correct the exams of other students taking algebra. The issue appears to be that SED does not want us correcting students in our courses as their success is reflected in our APPR score. The weird issue is AIS. I have several AIS students taking the exam. Even though I don't have them in the course, we have to ensure that I don't correct those papers.
We have two of us who have AIS sections. Our plan is to separate out those papers from the rest at the onset. As we group grade, we cannot correct the papers in those piles. Similar issue with the few students who are repeating the course.
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So, does this mean that if I am presently teaching Alg 2/Trig, that I may not correct the exams of my specific students, but I can correct my peer's students' exams. OR since I am teaching Alg 2/Trig, I may not correct ANY Algebra 2/Trig exams?