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EQAO test scores for grades 3 and 6 students at the Peel District School Board have risen as much as 28 per cent over the last year in some areas. Five-year trends show significant increases of up to 36 per cent.
Fifty-five per cent of previously eligible students who rewrote the test were successful. EQAO math scores (levels 3, 4) for grade 9 students remain stable, with no change for applied math and down one per cent in academic math.
Full EQAO results are available at http://www.peelschools.org/parents/EQAO/Pages/default.aspx
The Peel District School Board's five-year graduation rate for the 2012-13 school year is 89 per cent. The graduation rate has climbed for the last seven years, from 79 per cent in 2006-07.
Of grade 10 students in the Peel District School Board who took the provincial test for the first time, 84 per cent, compared to 82 per cent provincially.
Read more Sept. 18 newsrelease