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EQAO Results

September 19, 2018

ALCDSB logoThe Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board has released the 2017/2018 data from the annual Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO) provincial assessment of reading, writing and mathematics. These results provide our Board with important information for educators to assist primary and junior students and respond to their academic needs.

841 Primary students (Grade 3) and 811 Junior students (Grade 6) were eligible to participate in the assessments of reading, writing and mathematics.

Primary Students

The percentage of students in ALCDSB achieving at or above provincial standard shows 72% in reading, 66% in writing and 52% in Mathematics.

Grade 3 Reading72
Grade 3 Writing66
Grade 3 Math52

 

Junior Students

The percentage of students in ALCDSB achieving at or above provincial standard shows 80% in ready, 79% in writing and 37% in mathematics.

Grade 6 Reading80
Grade 6 Writing79
Grade 6 Math37

 

Grade 9

In addition, the ALCDSB has released the 2017/2018 data from the annual EQAO provincial assessment of Grade 9 mathematics. Students within ALCDSB demonstrated above the provincial average in Applied Assessment (49% of students achieved Level 3 & 4). For the Academic Assessment, 82% of ALCDSB students achieved Level 3 & 4). 


Individual Student Reports are issued by EQAO and will be sent home by schools. For complete district and school reports, please visit www.EQAO.com

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