Do students in a "life's skills" program (students who can barely read words and can not compute) take the Gr 8 Assessment?
>>> tcalabre@MAIL.NYSED.GOV 05/08/02 07:51AM >>> Eleanore and Nick,
Thank you for responding. You are both correct. Last year, seventh grade students were allowed to take the intermediate-level mathematics assessment. Students in seventh grade can take the Intermediate-Level mathematics assessment, however they cannot retake it in eighth grade to raise their score. Their scores will be reported the following year with their cohort group for the school report card. All eighth grade students who have never taken the intermediate-level mathematics assessment need to take it.
Teri Calabrese-Gray New York State Education Dept. Mathematics Associate Room 674EBA 89 Washington Avenue Albany, NY 12234 (518) 473-9471 office (518) 473-0858 fax
>>> ELivesey@pace.edu 05/08/02 06:28AM >>> Yes!
---------- Original Message ---------------------------------- From: Kathleen_Curtis@pittsford.monroe.edu Reply-To: email@example.com Date: Mon, 6 May 2002 10:30:24 -0700
> >If a 7th or 8th grade student has successfully completed the Math A exam >does s/he have to take the Math 8 exam? > >Kathy Curtis >Math Standards Leader 6-12 >Pittsford Central Schools >firstname.lastname@example.org > > >
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