NEW CITY, N.Y. -- School officials in Clarkstown are looking into revising the approach to Regents tests, which for many years has comprised 20 percent of a student's yearly grade, according to a report from lohud.com.
A meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Monday at Chestnut Grove Main Conference Room to find out what parents think about the historic policy and whether or not to revise it, said lohud.com.
"Some people feel that 20 percent for a one-day event should not be as much as a whole marking period," Schools Superintendent J. Thomas Morton told lohud.com.
There is also support for leaving the policy in place, reported lohud.
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