As part of EQAO’s commitment to providing objective, reliable and useful data about student achievement, the agency has an active research program that undertakes a number of original projects.
Multi-Stage Computer Adaptive Tests (msCATs)
- What Engages Students, in Their Own Words [PDF]
We can learn a lot about students and their perspectives by listening to their needs, wants and successes.
- What Do You Want Next Year’s Teacher to Know About You? [PDF]
EQAO asked students from across the province the question “What do you want next year’s teacher to know about you?” In the responses of 28 students, there is consensus on three key themes.
The purpose of this informational report is to provide an overview of provincial achievement of fundamental math skills among primary and junior students. The report draws from EQAO data gathered in 2016, 2017 and 2018.
Is mathematics achievement all about the math, or can students advance their math achievement by empowering themselves as math students? EQAO research suggests that positive attitudes and strategies support success.