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Topic: How long are your classes?
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Jonathan Halabi

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Re: How long are your classes?
Posted: Sep 25, 2013 12:10 AM
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Monday - Thursday 55 minutes
Friday 48 minutes

Our classes meet four days each week.

Jonathan Halabi
HS of American Studies
the Bronx


On Tue, Sep 24, 2013 at 12:49 PM, Steven Fenton <sfenton@uvstorm.org> wrote:

> I would like to do a brief survey - if you could reply to this message
> letting me know how long are your individual classes. My school is the
> midst of decreasing our classes to 39 minutes in the next couple of weeks.
> I remember our classes in the past being as long as 45 minutes, but as the
> years pass each administration is putting something more into our schedules
> decreasing instructional time ( for instance my school has a 40 minute
> lunch - 20 minutes to eat and then 20 minutes free time in the gym). With
> common core module lessons being a stated 45 minutes in length - how are
> schools with less time handling not being able to cover all topics? Thank
> you for your input.
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