Examinations for Acceleration, Math Telescoping, Grades K - 7
(Exams to skip a math grade level or math course)
Students currently enrolled in grades K through 7, who meet specific eligibility criteria, may accelerate in math beyond their enrolled grade level or course. Because the acceleration process involves “skipping” classroom instruction for a grade level or course, students must demonstrate mastery of the math content for which s/he will not receive formal classroom instruction. Mastery is determined by meeting the district criterion on a state-approved exam chosen by the district. A student currently in grade K through 5 must score 90% or higher on the state-approved exam for the grade level to be skipped. A student currently in grade 6 through 7 must score 80% or higher on the state-approved exam for the course to be skipped.
Math Telescoping Crosswalk - English