Data

Literacy

Provincial Assessment Data

Measure 1.1

Data broken down by grade level, with a focus on all learners, aboriginal learners, and diverse learners. This is provincial data about the Langley School District #35 from FSAs.

Reading

Sample size for all writers: 2015/16 = 1226 writers, 2016/17 = 1258 writers, 2017/18 = 1270 writers, 2018/19 = 1485 writers, 2019/20 = 1371 writers, 2020/21 = 1347 writers, 2021/22 = 1493 writers

Sample size for all writers: 2015/16 = 1286 writers, 2016/17 = 1199 writers, 2017/18 = 1224 writers, 2018/19 = 1318 writers, 2019/20 = 1376 writers, 2020/21 = 1257 writers, 2021/22 = 1612 writers

Measure 1.2 — Literacy

The percentage of students who achieved a level of Proficient or Extending on the Grade 10 literacy assessment.

Sample size for all writers: 2019/20 = 1175, 2020/21 = 1470

District Assessment Data

Measure 1.1 — Primary Reading Results

This is data from the district reading assessments for all students in grades 1-3.

Numeracy

Provincial Assessment Data

Measure 2.1

The percentage of students in grades 4 and 7 who reached on-track or extending numeracy expectations on provincial FSA assessments.

Sample size for all writers: 2015/16 = 1215 writers, 2016/17 = 1250 writers, 2017/18 = 1267 writers, 2018/19 = 1476 writers, 2019/20 = 1375 writers, 2020/21 = 1340 writers, 2021/22 = 1495 writers

Sample size for all writers: 2015/16 = 1278 writers, 2016/17 = 1192 writers, 2017/18 = 1203 writers, 2018/19 = 1316 writers, 2019/20 = 1376 writers, 2020/21 = 1255 writers, 2021/22 = 1614 writers

Measure 2.2

The percentage of students who achieved a level of Proficient or Extending on the Grade 10 numeracy assessment.

Sample size for all writers: 2017/18 = 366 writers, 2018/19 = 772 writers, 2019/20 = 373 writers, 2020/21 = 1456 writers

 

District Assessment Data

This is data from district numeracy assessments, representing students in grades 3, 6, and 9.

Sample size: 2015/16 = 1715, 2016/17 = 1506, 2017/18 = 1691, 2018/19 = 1691, 2019/20 = 1696, 2020/21 = 1580, 2021/22 = 566

Please note beginning in 2021/22, as per the Ministry reporting order, achievement in some Math 9 classes was reported using proficiency scales instead of letter grades.