account_balanceEast Central Francophone Education Region No. 3
account_balanceGreater North Central Francophone Education Region No. 2
account_balanceNorthwest Francophone Education Region No. 1
account_balanceThe Southern Francophone Education Region No. 4
After PATs are administered, schools share the preliminary results with parents. Each fall, Individual Student Results (ISPs) are made available to schools that contain official student results. Schools then share the ISPs with parents and keep a record of the ISP on the student’s record in accordance with the Student Record Regulation.
Achievement tests assess only part of what is to be learned. In addition, many factors contribute to student achievement. Personnel at the school authority and school levels are in the best position to appropriately interpret, use, and communicate school authority and school results in the local context.
Careful examination and interpretation of the results can help reveal areas of relative strength and weakness in student achievement. Teachers and administrators can use this information in planning and delivering relevant and effective instruction in relation to learning outcomes in the Programs of Study.
Alberta Learning and school jurisdiction personnel are responsible for ensuring that high-quality education is provided to all students in the province.
Information about achievement is provided to schools and jurisdictions, parents and the public so they know how well students in their schools are meeting local targets and provincial expectations.