Administrative Procedure 360

AP 360 - Student Evaluation

Background

Student achievement in provincially prescribed courses will be evaluated regularly using a balanced program of multiple indicators and sources of evidence.

Procedures

The primary responsibility for the evaluation of student achievement rests with the principal and the teaching staff.

 

2.   The basis for evaluating student achievement shall be open, explicit and fair.

 

3.   The appeal procedure outlined in Administrative Procedure 362 – Appeals of Student Evaluation shall be readily available to students and parents.

 

4.   Information gathered in evaluating student progress will be used to improve the quality of educational programs for students.

References

School Act, Section 12, 18, 20, 22, 39, 61, 113
Student Evaluation Regulation 169/98
Student Evaluation Policy 2.1.2
Use and Reporting of Results on Provincial Assessments Policy 2.1.3

Cross Reference: Administrative Procedure 362 – Appeals of Student Evaluation 

Forms: Provincial Achievement Tests – Recommendation for Exemption
Provincial Achievement Tests – Request for Writing Accommodations
Record of Special Provisions Given for Provincial Achievement Tests