School Report Cards

— Apr 1, 2017
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Report Card on Alberta’s Elementary Schools 2017

Report Card on Alberta’s Elementary Schools 2017 ranks 790 public, separate, francophone, independent, and charter schools based on seven academic indicators derived from provincewide test results. In addition to five years of academic results, the report card shows which Alberta elementary schools have improved, or fallen behind, in terms of language, math, science and social studies over the past five years.

— Feb 19, 2017
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Report Card on Ontario's Secondary Schools 2017

Report Card on Ontario’s Secondary Schools 2017 ranks 740 anglophone and francophone public and Catholic schools (as well as a small number of independent and First Nations schools) based on seven academic indicators from results of annual provincewide math and literacy tests.

— Feb 14, 2017
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Report Card on British Columbia's Elementary Schools 2017

Report Card on British Columbia’s Elementary Schools 2017 ranks 956 public and independent elementary schools based on 10 academic indicators derived from the annual provincewide Foundation Skills Assessment, administered for the B.C. Ministry of Education. The report card provides parents with information they can’t easily get anywhere else: In addition to five years of academic results, the report card shows which schools are improving or falling  behind.

— Dec 4, 2016
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Report Card on Ontario's Elementary Schools 2016

The Report Card on Ontario’s Elementary Schools 2016 ranks 2,900 public and Catholic schools (and a small number of independent schools) based on nine academic indicators from results of annual provincewide reading, writing and math tests. It finds that despite overall declining math scores in Ontario, some schools have maintained high levels of student success. The 25 English-language schools with the best four-year average math scores include 15 public schools, six independent schools and four Catholic schools located across the province.

— Oct 29, 2016
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Report Card on Quebec's Secondary Schools 2016

The Report Card on Quebec’s Secondary Schools 2016 ranks 459 public, private, Francophone and Anglophone schools based largely on results from provincewide tests in French, English, science, mathematics and history. It finds that 44 secondary schools in the province—34 of them public—have improved their performance over the past five years.

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Research Experts

  • Director, School Performance Studies, Fraser Institute