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Tuesday, May 14 • 3:45pm - 4:45pm
A new approach for assessing system quality: tracking inputs along with outcomes

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This workshop uses People for Education’s Annual Ontario School Survey to examine whether schools have the resources required to adequately support student learning beyond academic content knowledge in areas such as literacy, numeracy, science, and social studies. Across the world, there is agreement that students need to be able to develop understanding, skills, and habits in areas beyond reading, writing, and math in order to be successful participants in society after graduation. Everyone agrees with this idea in principle, but few jurisdictions are evaluating whether their schools have the resources and capacity necessary to deliver on these lofty goals. We take a look at Ontario through this lens. If our goal is to develop transferable skills through a well-rounded education, how will we know if it is possible? How could and should we be measuring this?

Speakers
avatar for Annie Kidder

Annie Kidder

Executive Director, People for Education
Annie is the Executive Director and a founder of People for Education. She has received numerous awards for her education advocacy, including an honorary doctorate from York University, and is regularly sought out by the media as an expert on public education issues. She has been... Read More →
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Christine Schandl

Research Manager, People for Education
Christine Schandl is the Research Manager at People for Education. She is a former teacher from Edmonton, Alberta and earned her Masters at OISE at the University of Toronto, where her research focused on assessment in K-12 education. She is currently working towards her PhD in Educational... Read More →


Tuesday May 14, 2019 3:45pm - 4:45pm MDT
Alhambra Room