News releases issued by the Education Quality and Accountability Office are posted here.
At the beginning of each year, information is copied from this page to archives. The information is filed yearly, in reverse chronological order.
ONTARIO STUDENTS HAVE SUPERIOR COMPUTER INFORMATION LITERACY (CIL) SKILLS, ACCORDING TO FIRST INTERNATIONAL TEST OF ITS KIND
ONTARIO STUDENTS REMAIN TOP OF CLASS ON THE 2013 PAN-CANADIAN ASSESSMENT PROGRAM TEST
EQAO to offer provincial student assessments online: 2016 Grade 10 literacy test planned as the first
EQAO Provincial Assessments: Literacy success rates are high in Ontario elementary schools; math achievement drops again in Grade 6 and shows steady improvement in the Grade 9 applied course.
MOST ONTARIO STUDENTS CAN READ, WRITE AND DO MATH WELL BY THE TIME THEY ARE IN HIGH SCHOOL. MOST WHO CAN’T DO SO HAVE A TRAIT IN COMMON—THEY COULDN’T IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL EITHER.