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Topic: Need some help, does your school have double periods for math?
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Ryan Butch

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From: Red Hook High School
Registered: 6/2/09
Need some help, does your school have double periods for math?
Posted: Sep 17, 2013 4:08 PM
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Our math department is going to put forward a proposition that we need double math periods for some of our courses (Common Core Algebra I right now). We are not a proactive district at all, we follow the leader quite a bit. We believe if we include a list of districts that currently do this, our district will begin to consider our proposition, so this is where I am asking for help...

I was wondering if anyone that teaches at a school that does double math periods every other day for certain classes (not just a few students like an AIS class, the whole class), could you simply tell me the school you teach at and what courses you do that for? If you don't feel comfortable putting that on the message board, that's fine, just message me or shoot me an email.

Thank you in advance!

Ryan Butch
Red Hook High School
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