The school principal must report annually to the parents of students in the school and to the school community the school’s results on provincial assessments, including information on the local context and the limitations of assessments. The school principal must report on the percentage of students who achieve the acceptable standard and the percentage of students who achieve the standard of excellence on diploma examinations, as well as student participation in diploma examination courses. Student results based on school marks and final marks can also be reported.
Provincial results for diploma examination courses are posted annually in the fall by the minister. Prior to this posting, a multiyear summary report containing examination results, school-awarded results and final combined results for all diploma examination administrations is provided to schools and school authorities via a secure website. Following the ministerial release, the multiyear summary reports are posted. For more information, see Assurance and accountability in Alberta’s K to 12 education system.
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