A NY 3RD grade student never returned homework for the whole year and passes to the fourth grade?

A NY 3RD grade student never returned homework for the whole year and passes to the fourth grade? Topic: A NY 3RD grade student never returned homework for the whole year and passes to the fourth grade?
May 24, 2019 / By Aidith
Question: Is this happenning in your area as well? Plus the kid failed most tests The teacher had to pass him by Law
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Toal Toal | 9 days ago
It doesn't happen in my state as much, but it used to be that way and if you got to high school and hadn't graduated by 21, they had to move you up and let you graduate that year. Now you get kicked out and forced to take night classes or get a GED.
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Toal Originally Answered: I am a first year, never had student teaching 7th or 8th grade math teacher. I would appreciate all advice.?
Greetings, Jennifay! Congratulations and welcome to the teaching profession!!! Your excitement is a major factor in the success of your teaching career and the academic progress of your students. I taught at the Middle School level for twelve years and loved it! One of the main factors that promotes a thriving classroom (at any grade level) is STRUCTURE! I cannot emphasize this enough!!!!!!!!! For example, what will be your guidelines for your students' RESPONSIBILITY concerning behavior (towards YOU, other students, the faculty, etc.). When you get these guidelines in place, "consistency" in application is CRUCIAL! I have so much to share that I cannot put it all in this answer. However, may I give you some Homework? 1. Take a few moments and think about your experiences as a student at the Middle School level (likes and dislikes). 2. Write a description of your PERFECT classroom. 3. Get copies of the Staff and Student Handbooks from your school to study NOW. 4. Ask the principal to assign a mentor for you (a current teacher at your level). REMEMBER: Never be afraid to ask for help, okay? I have many websites that I have personally checked out that will definitely help you. Some are listed under my email address. Again, please hold on to your excitement and enjoy those precious students! I am so proud of you!!! Blessings!

Randell Randell
Yeah, pretty much the only way a student can not go on to the next grade in elementary school (grade school) is if their parents insist that he/she be held back. I have seen the stupidest and laziest kids move on in my old school. I think they just expect these kids to go into resource classes or special classes once they get into middle school (or high school as we skip middle school in Quebec)
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Martial Martial
Yes. I did nothing during third grade and I passed. Same with high school, and I graduated with honors somehow. Maybe my mother did bang the principal . . I feel bad for the principal.
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Jeshua Jeshua
me /: i never did my work come to think of it but i was a crybaby and got everything i wanted by either doing that or sucking up ... hmmm dont ask me how my brother did it though? /:
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Jeshua Originally Answered: it my last year of high school everyone say your 12th grade year is your best year?
a few friends of mine that are currently in year 12 often remind me it is the best year because: 1 - They rarely get as much homework as they did in previous years (they all said yr 11 was the hardest) and 2 - the teachers are more trustworthy of them (you often see yr 12 classes working without teachers for entire periods) and they are treated like real adults - well that's what it seems like compared to how they treat us (yr 9) anyways. hope this helps, good luck i hope it is the best year for you as well
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