2 TDSB schools featured on EQAO ‘school stories’ site

February 21, 2017 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

From the EQAO site: “Each year, EQAO collects stories of schools that have been successful in using data to improve student achievement. The remarkable outcomes at these schools show how good information can help dedicated professionals identify areas for improvement and make targeted improvements. EQAO shares these stories so that other schools throughout Ontario can learn about their successful practices.”

2 TDSB schools have been included in the 2016 school stories:

Read about their school improvement initiatives. Rowan

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