Tag / EQAO

Premier Kathleen Wynne announced at the start of the school year “a sweeping review of how students are assessed in Ontario, including possible changes to EQAO tests“. A month later the focus is starting to shift, as people start to consider how we might make EQAO better. Thanks for sharing. What solutions do you suggest? […]

It’s all hands on deck for math education in Ontario. In response to Grade 3 & 6 math scores not changing for the past two years the media and “education chicken littles” have declared that the sky is falling and our system is in crisis. Never mind that reading and writing scores have also flatlined […]

This week EQAO released its review of provincial testing scores and it again raised questions about whether or the relatively poor performance of students on math is due to the curriculum or the test. This was different by the way than the interpretation that EQAO put on the results. They said the that Grade 6 results were […]

In 2013 The Ontario Public School Boards Association (OPSBA) made it a priority to develop a position paper on EQAO testing in response to Provincial Policy Memorandum 155 and the position paper of the Ontario Teachers’ Federation (OTF). A survey was distributed to trustees and senior staff of all the member boards and based on […]

As previously discussed EQAO has announced that the technical failure of the online OSSLT was due to “an intentional, malicious and sustained Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack—a type of cyberattack.” However some evidence has surfaced that contradicts those claims. ICT Educator Elliot Royle tweeted  a link to the Digital Attack Map for October 20, 2016. […]

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