News from Sudbury Catholic Schools
 
 
SCS Home > News


SCDSB Students Score Above Average In Provincial Literacy Tests

May 5, 2003 - Ontario School Literacy Test results released by the Education Quality Assessment Office (EQAO) for Secondary Schools indicate that students at the Sudbury Catholic District School Board continue to perform above the provincial average. For the first time, results have been released by level of study, (Academic, Applied and Locally Developed). With respect to the students taking courses at the Academic level, only 3% were unsuccessful in passing both the reading and writing components. The Board welcomes the recent announcement by the Ministry of Education in introducing the new Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course to the curriculum. This credit course will be particularly appropriate for students that have difficulty expressing their literacy skills on a test. The course will combine remediation in reading and writing with an alternative assessment method to meet students’ needs.


View Full EQAO Report

Share


 

More stories in the news...

•  St. Benedict STEM club gets busy with marshmallows and spaghetti
•  The Harmony Movement visited St. Charles College
•  SCC Staff and Students Welcome International Students with Open Arms!
•  St. Charles College Student Dana Lewis was crowned Miss Wiikwemkoong
•  Sudbury Catholic Schools Welcome 30 International students!
•  Welcome to the 2018-2019 School Year!
•  3, 2, 1. - these kids are ready for Kindergarten!
•  Welcome barbeque sees new Bears super excited for fresh starts and new beginnings
•  Sudbury Catholic Schools take top school categories in annual competition!
•  Learning Program at Sudbury Catholic Schools continue to benefit students during summer months!
•  Your story begins here! Registration for 2018-2019 will begin in August!
•  Sudbury Catholic Schools celebrate first two graduates from the International Education program!

 
  © 2018 Sudbury Catholic Schools. All rights reserved