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Indicators of Success

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Indicators of Progress (Ministry of Education Indicators)
 

Indicators of progress in the MYSP provide insights into the success or electiveness of initiatives and identify areas of improvement. The following indicators have been identified as compulsory by the Ministry of Education and also align with the proposed TDSB priorities of Belong, Achieve and Thrive. Furthermore, these indicators serve as a baseline, and beginning in 2025/2026 the TDSB may add additional indicators as it progresses with the implementation of the MYSP.

  1. Percentage of students who meet or exceed the provincial standard on:
    • Grade 3 EQAO Reading and Writing
    • Grade 6 EQAO Reading and Writing
       
  2. Percentage of students who meet or exceed the provincial standard on:
    • Grade 3 EQAO Mathematics
    • Grade 6 EQAO Mathematics
    • Grade 9 EQAO Mathematics
       
  3. Percentage of fully participating, first-time eligible students who are successful on the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test/le Test provincial de comp├ętences linguistiques.
     
  4. Percentage of students who earn 16 or more credits by the end of Grade 10.
     
  5. Percentage of students participating in at least one job skills program.
     
  6. Percentage of students graduating with an Ontario Secondary School Diploma within five years of beginning Grade 9.
     
  7. Percentage of students enrolled in at least one Grade 12 mathematics, or Grade 11 or 12 science course.
     
  8. Percentage of students who believe their learning has prepared them for the next step in their learning experience.
     
  9. Percentage of students in Grades 1-8 whose individual attendance rate is equal to or greater than 90%.
     
  10. Percentage of students in Grades 4-12 who have been suspended at least once.
     
  11. Percentage of students in Grades 6, 9 and 10 who report being aware of mental health supports and services in order to seek supports for mental health.