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Topic: Common Core Algebra Two Years?
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Re: Common Core Algebra Two Years?
Posted: Oct 23, 2013 7:01 AM
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We have a two year course. Totally allowable.

Elizabeth Waite
AMTNYS Coordinator of Reps

-----Original Message-----
From: Ellen Dehoff <>
To: nyshsmath <>
Sent: Tue, Oct 22, 2013 1:32 pm
Subject: Common Core Algebra Two Years?

Does anyone know if there is a possibility of making the Common Core Algebra
nto a two year course? We used to have two years for Math A and Math B.
My school has adopted the EngageNY modules. Like many of you, my students are
truggling and I can not move on from lesson to lesson if they can't grasp the
oncept at hand. The idea of double periods is out of the question, due to many
ther scheduling issues. We also offer Pre-Algebra, but our administration does
ot wants to load that class with all students.
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