EQAO Publishes Student Achievement Results for Every Elementary School in Ontario
, 2013 (Canada NewsWire via COMTEX) --
Today the Education Quality and
Accountability Office (EQAO) released the 2013 school- and school-board
results from its primary- and junior-division assessments of Reading,
Writing and Mathematics, written by students in Grades 3 and 6
EQAO school reports provide school communities with rich information
that contributes to understanding each student's achievement in
relation to the provincial standard. The assessment results identify
trends in student learning at the school, board and provincial levels
and help pinpoint curriculum areas that need attention; as a result,
data are used as a valid reference point by educators to help improve
programs in their schools.
Now available on EQAO's Web site for each school and school board are
-- comprehensive reports that provide local achievement results,
demographic information about the student population and
student responses to questions about factors known to influence
-- Tracking Student Achievement: reports that show the progress in
achievement of students in each school as they advanced from
Grade 3 to Grade 6.
"EQAO results play an important role in setting Ontario students on the
path to a successful future. Those charged with educating our children
deserve the best possible information to help them in their task."
"EQAO results are an important indicator—just like your blood pressure.
And when your blood pressure hints that something is off, then you
investigate, you confirm, you take ownership, and you work with
doctors, dieticians and personal trainers. It's vital information to
have. The same holds true with EQAO results and the kinds of holistic
discussions they bring about in school communities."
— Bruce Rodrigues, Chief Executive Officer, EQAO
Visit www.eqao.com for the following:
-- Ontario Student Achievement: EQAO's Provincial Elementary School Report:
Results of the 2012-2013 Assessments of Reading, Writing and
Mathematics, Primary Division
(Grades 1-3) and Junior Division (Grades 4-6)
-- EQAO School and School Board Profiles and Reports
5 Things This Year's EQAO Results Reveal About Student Learning in
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SOURCE Education Quality and Accountability Office
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