TORONTO, Aug. 27 /CNW/ - At 10:00 a.m. on Monday, August 30,
2010, the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO) will
release provincial-level student achievement results on the 2009-2010
Assessments of Reading, Writing and Mathematics, Primary Division
(Grades 1-3) and Junior Division (Grades 4-6), and the Grade 9
Assessment of Mathematics. Highlights of these results will be posted on
EQAO's Web site, href="http://www.eqao.com/">www.eqao.com.
For the first time, EQAO will also publish an analysis that tracks
student progress in mathematics achievement over three provincial
assessments. This analysis maps the progress of the cohort of students
who wrote the provincial mathematics assessment in Grade 3 in 2004,
Grade 6 in 2007 and Grade 9 in 2010.
As always, the 2010 test booklets, as well as the answer keys and
samples of written student responses at each performance level, will be
available on the Web site to give the public a chance to see the types
of curriculum-based skills Ontario students are expected to demonstrate
on the assessments.
On September 15, 2010, EQAO will release individual school and
board reports and two full provincial reports: an elementary school
report on the results of the primary- and junior-division assessments
and a secondary school report on the results of the Grade 9 Assessment
of Mathematics and the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test. These
reports will include subgroup and contextual data, a summary of
findings, strategies for success and profiles of successful schools.
Schools and boards will have their results under embargo until that
date. They will be able to speak about their results as of
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