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The Accountability Framework: How it Works in BC’s Public SchoolsDecember 20, 2011

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The Accountability Framework ~ How It Works in BC’s Public Schools


Improving student achievement for all students is the primary goal of the Ministry of Education

To address student achievement, the Ministry has created the Accountability Framework for BC's public education system. The purpose of the framework is to refocus the attention and resources of schools, districts, and the Ministry on improving the achievement of all students.

The Accountability Framework replaces the six-year accreditation cycle that existed in BC public schools for over a decade.

In these web pages, you will find information on the Accountability Framework.

Achievement Contracts

School Planning Councils

Further reading – The Accountability Cycle

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