Alberta Education conducts annual surveys to obtain feedback from education system stakeholders regarding their perceptions of Alberta’s education system. This report presents the survey results on 34 system indicators identified by the Review Committee on Outcomes (RCO). See the usage considerations of this record for more information on the Review Committee on Outcomes and the RCO indicators.
October 1, 2016
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The Review Committee on Outcomes, consisting of representatives from various stakeholder groups, was created in 2000 to consult with Albertans to find out what they expected from the K-12 education system and how these expectations are being met. Over a two-year period, the committee developed a set of indicators and measures to help determine whether outcomes are being achieved. These measures provide a basis for monitoring system performance and bringing about continuous improvement over time. This report presents the results on survey measure indicators based on the stakeholder satisfaction surveys. Satisfaction surveys are conducted annually by Alberta Education to obtain perceptions on how the education system is performing in meeting learners’ and society’s needs and expectations.
Performance Measurement and Reporting Unit. Corporate Planning Branch. Strategic Services and Governance Division Alberta Education. 9th Floor, Commerce Place 10155 – 102 Street Edmonton, AB T5J 4L5. Telephone: (780) 422-1963.