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Dear Carol,

At Middlebury Union Middle School, that is exactly what we did.  We have had 
the program for six years and only in the last couple of years have we been 
able to incorporate a few of the 8th grade units.  It has worked well for 
us.  The one thing  that you also need to address is the  Vermont State 
GE's.  You might have to include a unit on areas that are not addressed by 
CMP in the 7th grade units.  Barbara Unger



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From: "CAROL MCNAIR" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Tuesday, November 22, 2005 8:34 PM
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>I was wondering if anyone has decided to take the Connected Math program
> for grade 7 and do it over two years (grade 7 and 8) until the program
> is more fully implemented with students at the 6th grade level.  As a
> district new to starting CMP, we feel like the grade 8 CMP cannot be
> succussfully implemented until students get a better background in
> grades 6 and 7.  Also, since CMPII has only published one unit for grade
> 8, we thought this would help solve this dilemma.  Opinions anyone?GE
> We'd love to hear them.  - Carol McNair, Chittenden East Supervisory
> Union.
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