Composite Learning Index and EQAO Scores

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Composite Learning Index
The Canadian Council on Learning provides a Composite Learning Index (CLI – Learning to Know; Do; Live Together; and Be) as a measure of learning across 4,700 Canadian cities. The CLI compares progress at the local and national levels. It was offered from 2005 to 2010, and is summarized in ‘The Canadian Composite Learning Index 2010: Five Years of Measuring Canada’s Progress in Lifelong Learning’.

Source: Canadian Council on Learning
Retrieved From: http://www.niagaraknowledgeexchange.com/resources-publications/the-2010-composite-learning-index-five-years-of-measuring-canadas-progress-in-lifelong-learning/

Note: A summary of 2010 CLI results for Niagara are reported in the Living in Niagara-2011 report

http://www.livinginniagarareport.com/04-learning-education-2011/composite-learning-index-cli-scores-in-niagara-learning-to-know-to-do-to-live-together-and-to-be/ www.ccl-cca.ca

EQAO
Ontario’s Educational Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO) measures student achievement in reading, writing and math through tests based on provincial standards. This testing provides a gauge of student learning of provincial curriculum expectations. Each year, Ontario students in grades 3, 6 and 9 complete EQAO tests.

This infographic provides an Ontario overview of EQAO testing results for the 2013-2014 school year.

2013-14 Scores for the District School Board of Niagara (122 Schools) can be found at the following link.
Source: Educational Quality and Accountability Office, Ontario
Retrieved From: https://eqaoweb.eqao.com/eqaoweborgprofile/profile.aspx?_Mident=83&Lang=E

2013-14 Scores for the Niagara Catholic District School Board (61 schools) can be found at the following link.
Source: Educational Quality and Accountability Office, Ontario
Retrieved From: https://eqaoweb.eqao.com/eqaoweborgprofile/profile.aspx?_Mident=29&Lang=E

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