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Regents Exam Recap: June 2013

Below is a collection of posts analyzing the June 2013 New York State Math Regents exams.

The purpose of these analyses is to bring critical attention to the quality and utility of these standardized exams, which play an increasingly substantial role in today’s educational environment.

But, as the role of standardized tests continues to grow in the evaluation of students, teachers, schools, and districts, one question rarely gets asked:  “Are these tests any good?”.

Analyses of June 2013 New York State Math Regents Exams

Regents Recap — June 2013: Where Do Circles Belong?

Regents Recap — June 2013: Erroneous Questions

Regents Recap — June 2013: Erroneous Questions, Part 2

Regents Recap — June 2013: Where Do Systems Belong?

Regents Recap — June 2013: Solving Quadratic Equations

Regents Recap — June 2013: More Trouble with Functions

Regents Recap — June 2013: Encouraging Bad Habits

Regents Recap — June 2013: Another Embarrassment

Regents Recap — June 2013: Writing ‘Engaging’ Questions 

 

Click here to see recaps of other New York State Math Regents exams.