So, if you’ve been wondering, as I have, how the questions on the New York State Regents break down by standards, this is the Excel sheet for you.
This was put together by the awesome team at Nottingham High School, Christopher Desmond, Eric Scriarrino, Nina Gjoncari, and Christine Varley.
It is an Excel spreadsheet that lists all of the Common Core Algebra I standards, how many questions of previous Regents exams align to the standard, what weight, percent, etcetera.
They’ve even pasted the questions into the spreadsheet. It’s really an amazing analysis and I have to say I am so pleased they chose to share it with us so we could pass it on to the community here.
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Thanks so much Christine, Nina, Erin and Chris.
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Thanks to the Nottingham team for this analysis.
Here’s a link to a similar analysis, in a Google sheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1kJklACKwtEiwNgKlggvmIkcqx9VpaFgR4aQR1cinpwY/edit#gid=0
Do you know of anything similar for Algebra II?
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