In 2021-22, the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO) administered assessments in Mathematics to Grade 9 students across Ontario between October 2021 and June 2022, with students writing the assessment upon completing their Mathematics course.
The assessment measures how well students have met the provincial expectations in The Ontario Curriculum by the end of Grade 9. These assessments contain questions that require written responses as well as multiple-choice questions.
Overall student performance is reported using a four-level scale that is consistent with the four levels in The Ontario Curriculum and is aligned with levels on the Ontario Student Report Card.
The following results are reported for fully participating students achieving Levels 3 and 4 (the provincial standard) on the Grade 9 Assessment of Mathematics.
Grade 9 Assessment of Mathematics Results
2021-22 EQAO, Percentage of Fully Participating Students Achieving At or Above Provincial Standard (Levels 3 and 4), Grade 9 Assessment of Mathematics: Board and Province
Compared to the province, the percentage of fully participating Grade 9 TDSB students achieving at or above the provincial standard (Levels 3 and 4) in the Grade 9 Assessment of Mathematics in 2021-22 is 1 percentage point higher than the province (53% compared to 52%).
2018-19 EQAO, Percentage of Fully Participating Students Achieving At or Above Provincial Standard (Levels 3 and 4), Grade 9 Assessment of Mathematics: Board and Province
Note: Cautions should be considered when interpreting this data.
School by School Results
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