The EQAO is the provincial Education Quality and Accountability Office, an independent government body that develops and oversees standardized tests for students in grades 3,6, 9 and 10. In this section, you can find information and research about the purpose and value of this testing, and tips for parents on the testing process.
A new report from McMaster University and the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO) shows that children who appear less “ready for school” in senior kindergarten, will also be less likely to.
Council of Ministers of Education, Canada: 2011. The Pan-Canadian Assessment Program (PCAP), a collaborative effort among Canadian provinces and territories, is a survey of the knowledge and skills of students.
A new goal for public education: Schools at the centre
Annual report on Ontario’s publicly funded schools 2010
People for Education, 2010. Using data from the People for Education Annual School Survey, as well as information from the EQAO, Statistics Canada and the Ontario Ministry of Education, this.
People for Education, 2008. This is a chapter from People for Education’s Annual Report on Ontario’s Public Schools 2008.