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Title: IN CANADA, THERE IS NO FEDERAL DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION'


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  • IN CANADA, THERE IS NO FEDERAL DEPARTMENT OF
    EDUCATION.
  • Education is the responsibility of each
    provincial and territorial minister of education.
  • Because ministers of education needed a forum in
    which to discuss issues of mutual concern, they
    established the Council of Ministers of
    Education, Canada (CMEC) in 1967.
  • CMEC is the national voice for education in
    Canada. It is the mechanism through which
    ministers consult and act on matters of mutual
    interest, and the instrument through which they
    consult and cooperate with national education
    organizations and the federal government.
  • CMEC also represents the education interests of
    the provinces and territories internationally.

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YT
NV
NT
QC
BC
NL
AB
MB
SK
PE
ON
NS
NB
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New Brunswick Anglophone School Districts (2004)
28,345 sq mi (73,433 sq km), including 519 sq mi
(1,345 sq km) of water surface 292 mi (486 km)
from St.Stephen to Campbellton Population
729,498 (2001 Census)
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Reporting Assessment Results
  • Levels of large-scale assessment in Canada
  • International
  • PISA
  • Canadian
  • School Achievement Indicators Program
  • Pan Canadian Assessment Program
  • Provincial
  • Subject/Curriculum specific
  • Account for percentage of students mark
  • Certification/high school graduation
  • 3. Inform instruction

Purpose Public accountability and to inform
instruction
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Data dissemination at the national level
The PISA 2003 Canadian sample comprised over
27,000 15-year-olds. Provincial samples were
large enough to provide jurisdictional level data.
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The performance of Canadian students in
mathematics in an international context

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How does the performance of boys and girls
compare?
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Estimated average mathematics scores by province
and language
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School Achievement Indicators Program-Science III
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PISA for New Brunswick Jurisdictions
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Performance varied among schools with similar
student SES
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Assessments are reported in terms of meeting
prescribed standards
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Performance category
Range within category
Teacher reported reading level
Performance category cut-points
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Reporting results by assessment components for
boys and girls over a two year period
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Reporting assessment results for school districts
by gender by program of instruction
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Across Canada, all provincial governments are
pursuing similar objectives and rely on
educational assessment in order to report on
progress and to inform teaching and learning at
the classroom level.
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