Jefferson Math Project
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|Resources for integrating Math A and Math B Regents exam questions into the New York State curriculum. PDF, Microsoft Word, and Worksheet Builder versions of exams date back to 1999. See also the JMAP worksheets of Regents questions coordinated with the Prentice Hall Math A and Math B textbooks; resources for students taking a Regents review/prep class; Saxon Test Generator, which creates dynamic worksheets with math questions suitable for grades 4-8; and the Worksheet Builder, which allows you to open or edit all JMAP exams and worksheets in .ws format, and use JMAP Regents-enhanced libraries to create your own worksheets with Regents questions. The Jefferson Math Project is a nonprofit initiative co-founded by two then-first year math teachers in the New York City Teaching Fellows program at Thomas Jefferson High School in the Brooklyn neighborhood of East New York.|
|Levels:||High School (9-12)|
|Resource Types:||Problems/Puzzles, Instructional Packages/Games|
|Math Ed Topics:||Assessment/Testing|
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