Government of New Brunswick
Reports on Achievement 2017-2018

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Minister's Message

Dear parents and guardians,

I'm happy to inform you that the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development’s Reports on Achievement for the 2018-19 school year are now available. 

The Reports on Achievement are released annually to inform families and the public about student performance on provincial curricular outcomes and their standing against the targets of the provincial Education Plan. In addition to the snapshot of achievement, annual student perception surveys reports are published for each school, district, and the Province.  The perception survey reports provide context about the population of each school and contain important information about the emotional and motivational state of students which is foundational for learning.

The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development is working to ensure every child will have access to a world-class education. Currently, New Brunswick is trailing the rest of Canada’s literacy scores and is in 7th place. We must focus on improving literacy skills in order for our students to be competitive in the future.

We must track student progress in the years ahead to ensure new initiatives are working, and test scores are one way of evaluating progress. We’ll continue the important work of assessment and feedback at the classroom level to make sure students are continuously improving in a variety of subjects and competencies.

This is a top priority for our government. We are committed to providing our students with the right opportunities that will allow them to thrive and ensure that every graduate will be positioned to contribute their best to society.

Sincerely,


 

Dominic Cardy
Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development

 

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