- NR = Not Reportable (too few students to report results in accordance with the Department’s confidentiality guidelines).
- For Grade 4, 6, and 10 assessments, all students are included when calculating the results, other than those who were absent when the assessment was administered. The percentage of students with exemptions is counted in the Below Appropriate Achievement category.
- For the ELPA, the percentage of students who are absent or exempt, is not included in the calculation since this is a graduation requirement and students may attempt the assessment several times.
- Grade 6 results should not be compared with previous years due to adjustment of the assessments in 2018-19 and application of new analysis methodology introduced for better alignment of the Francophone Sector and the Anglophone Sector.
In certain circumstances, it is necessary and appropriate for students to be exempted from participating in provincial assessments if the testing format does not allow demonstration of their learning, even with accommodations. Exemptions fall into three broad categories: academic, social/emotional and unforeseen. Typically, academic exemptions are sought for students following an individualized Personalized Learning Plan (PLP-I). Students who are exempt due to an PLP-I should be assessed on those goals that are set out in their Personalized Learning Plan (PLP).
The Exemption Rates table identifies the percentage of students who were formally excused from a provincial assessment.
For more information on exemptions and accommodations, refer to the online document Provincial Assessment Program: Protocols for Accommodations and Exemptions.