Math Test Question
Hi, Carrie - I'm going to tag Virginia Williams to answer this question for you.
We figured it out. Thanks!
Carrie Bartmann, Assistant Principal
Dayspring Christian Academy
3734 West 20th Street
Greeley, CO 80634
Fax 970-330-0565 <970-330-0565>
On Fri, Apr 13, 2018 at 2:37 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org <
I'm glad to hear it!
I am sorry for the delay in getting you an answer Carrie! It seems there was a glitch in our notification system so your question went unnoticed until today. We will be monitoring this to prevent future delays.
I know that you located an answer already but I thought that I would still pass along an answer I received from Jenny Williams who is one of our experienced consultants. Jenny shared the following:
Providing scratch paper would allow a student to work much the same way as they do in class when attempting to solve math problems. This would be our recommendation as a best practice since this would provide the best information about the problems a student can solve in math, but ultimately the decision lies with the district/school/teacher and could vary based on individual students. It would be advisable to check with your district/school to see if there is a written policy or procedure that addresses this question.
I hope this information is still of value to you. Please reach out with any other questions you may have!
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