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Enhancing Student Learning Report

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In accordance with the Ministry of Education’s Framework for Enhancing Student Learning, Surrey Schools collects and analyzes quantitative and qualitative data on intellectual development, human and social development, and career development, paying special attention to Indigenous students, children and youth in care, students with designations, and English language learners.

Within each of these categories, the district reports on the required indicators including literacy, numeracy, measures of student well-being, grade-to-grade transitions, graduation rates, and entrance into B.C. post-secondary institutions. 

The Research and Evaluation Department develops the yearly ESLR by utilizing Ministry of Education provided data, drawing upon evidence from evaluation projects throughout the year, and collaborating with over a dozen district departments.

Below, we provide the Enhancing Student Learning Report, September 2022 and accompanying addenda, which include evidence of student achievement from the provincial and district levels.


SD 36 2022/23 Enhancing Student Learning Report           2022/23 Addenda to the Enhancing Student Learning Report


To learn more about the Enhancing Student Learning Report, please contact the Research and Evaluation Department Senior Manager.

ContactDepartmentEmail
Matthew Waugh, Senior Manager Research and Evaluation Department waugh_m@surreyschools.ca

 

Click below to view the September 2021 ESLR and Addenda

Enhancing Student Learning Report 2021Addenda to the Enhancing Student Learning Report 2021

Graphic Page DividerSchool Based Power BIThrough collaboration between the Research and Evaluation Department and the Student Information System Department, interactive data visualizations are created through Power BI. Power BI reports are used to provide analysis and commentary for a range of student outcomes for all schools in the district. The reports aid the district through informing school planning.


District employees with permission can access their school Power BI report below:

Secondary School Data PortalElementary School Data Portal

To learn more about the ESLR Power BI reports, please contact the District Principal of the Electronic Student Information Systems Department or the Senior Manager of the Research and Evaluation Department.

ContactDepartmentEmail
Robert Whitham, District PrincipalElectronic Student Information Systemswhitham_r@surreyschools.ca
Matthew Waugh, Senior Manager Research and Development Department waugh_m@surreyschools.ca


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