School administrators face substantial challenges as they strive to:
- enhance student achievement and well-being.
- reduce gaps between student achievement as early as possible.
- engage students, teachers, and parents in the process of school improvement.
- enhance public confidence in a school’s administration and learning environment.
To find out more about our many tools and instruments, please explore the pages in our solutions section.
Early Years Evaluation (EYE):
Transitioning to school
Identify the developmental skills of children as they prepare for kindergarten with the Early Years Evaluation. Play-based assessment methods gather leading indicator data to help educators guide school planning and monitor each child’s progress. Immediate, easy-to-interpret reports empower teachers and multidisciplinary teams to personalize each child’s learning experience to ensure a successful transition to school.
Unlocking each child’s potential
Plan, develop and measure the progress of a child’s skill development over time with this whole-school and whole-community program. Confident Learners was developed with Indigenous partner schools to reduce the risk of literacy failure through early literacy assessment, structured learning objectives and evidence-based instruction during the primary school grades. A bank of over five hundred engaging and culturally relevant learning activities, with an online application, allows teachers to plan their lessons to meet the individual needs of their students.
Tell Them From Me:
Informing School Improvement
Measure, assess and report insights on your school using reliable and meaningful measures known to affect learning outcomes. These measures were developed by our research team, in consultation with leading experts and panels of students, teachers and principals. The in-depth reporting, subpopulation analysis and actionable data are the reasons why Tell Them From Me is now the largest national survey in Canada. Over 5.4 million students from 6,300 schools have added their voices to our rich data set to inform school improvement initiatives