St.Mary’s earns accolades for effective use of data

News Mar 09, 2011 Ancaster News

St. Mary Catholic Secondary School has received the Dr. Bette M. Stephenson recognition of achievement award.

The award celebrates the effective use of EQAO (Education Quality and Accountability Office) data and evidence from other sources that enhance and support student achievement.

The EQAO recognition program was established to recognize the work of schools and pay tribute to Dr. Stephenson’s lifelong commitment and contribution to education and public service. As minister of both education and colleges and universities from 1978- 85, and an original member of EQAO’s board of directors, Dr. Stephenson has made an enormous contribution to public education in the province.

St.Mary’s earns accolades for effective use of data

News Mar 09, 2011 Ancaster News

St. Mary Catholic Secondary School has received the Dr. Bette M. Stephenson recognition of achievement award.

The award celebrates the effective use of EQAO (Education Quality and Accountability Office) data and evidence from other sources that enhance and support student achievement.

The EQAO recognition program was established to recognize the work of schools and pay tribute to Dr. Stephenson’s lifelong commitment and contribution to education and public service. As minister of both education and colleges and universities from 1978- 85, and an original member of EQAO’s board of directors, Dr. Stephenson has made an enormous contribution to public education in the province.

St.Mary’s earns accolades for effective use of data

News Mar 09, 2011 Ancaster News

St. Mary Catholic Secondary School has received the Dr. Bette M. Stephenson recognition of achievement award.

The award celebrates the effective use of EQAO (Education Quality and Accountability Office) data and evidence from other sources that enhance and support student achievement.

The EQAO recognition program was established to recognize the work of schools and pay tribute to Dr. Stephenson’s lifelong commitment and contribution to education and public service. As minister of both education and colleges and universities from 1978- 85, and an original member of EQAO’s board of directors, Dr. Stephenson has made an enormous contribution to public education in the province.