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Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test Results Released

June 29, 2004 - The latest results of the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT) have been released by the Education Quality Assessment Office (EQAO). The report includes the results of the test administered to Grade 10 students in October 2003. The percentage of SCDSB students who passed the test seems to have stabilized in the last two years at 75%. Provincial results have fluctuated more over the last several years, and stand at 77% for 2003. Individual school results are available in our EQAO Assessment section.

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