Students who would have been in the eighth grade accelerated algebra class will have more time to learn the fundamentals. This will still put them on track to be in Advanced Placement Calculus in their senior year, Keane explained.
Crisman expressed her concerns about explaining this change to parents.
“I do worry about being able to clearly explain it,” Crisman said. “It’s not easy to understand.”
Parents with questions are also welcome to go to the website engageny.org for more information about what New York State expects of students and teachers.