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Topic: Common Core Clarification
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Regina Stasiak

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Common Core Clarification
Posted: May 14, 2014 10:02 PM
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Hi!

Just looking for clarification:

Am I correct?

1) All one year algebra students MUST sit for the Common Core Algebra exam on June 3rd.

2) All one year algebra students MUST sit for Integrated Algebra Regents on June 20th, and highest grade of the 2 is recorded.

3) No students may "opt out" of this common core exam.

4) If students miss the common core for whatever reason, they may NOT sit for the IA?they must take both again in August.

5) Once the common core is given, we can talk about, copy it, etc. It is not restricted from the public in any way (similar to current regents exams.)

Thank you!!!!

Regina Stasiak
Clarence HS
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