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Topic: New common core adjustment
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Vivian Fischer

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From: Tully, NY
Registered: 1/10/14
New common core adjustment
Posted: Feb 10, 2014 7:27 PM
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What do the new common core adjustments that came out mean?

No graduation requirements until 2022? Does that mean we are no longer
taking the common core regents this year?

Are my algebra kids taking the integrated algebra regents only?

This concerns me because there is a lot of topics that don't cross over. I
have two units left in the common core curriculum. But for the old
curriculum I would have to cover probability, trigonometry, rational
expressions etc. Seems like a horrible thing to do partway through the

Please help. I'm a bit stressed over this.

Vivian Fischer
7-12 Mathematics Teacher
Tully Jr/Sr High School

Ms. Vivian Fischer
7-12 Mathematics Teacher
Tully Jr./Sr. High School
20 State Street
Tully, NY 13159

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