Critical Assessment of the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO) Test

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Essay #: 070523
Total text length is 7,940 characters (approximately 5.5 pages).

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The beginning:
Critical Assessment of the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO) Test
Introduction
The following paper looks at the EQAO test, an assessment tool that has certainly sparked discussion because of the young age of the children who will be exposed to it. The paper will look at the content, history, educational purposes and limitations of the assessment item and will examine every possible angle in ascertaining the extent to which the EQAO is good, but not flawless, in measuring the scholastic competence of children because it appears to be very imprecise about the information it reveals vis-à-vis the youngsters who take the test.
Name of assessment tool or procedure – with author and publisher
The full name of the EQAO is the...
The end:
.....terstitial information and data that is apparently not provided that would be of great use.
Works Cited
Education Quality and Accountability Office.
(2009, December).
EQAO aces test. Retrieved August 3, 2011 from http://www.eqao.com/NR/ReleaseViewer.aspx?Lang=E&release=b09R011
Education Quality and Accountability Office.
(2011). A Parent’s guide to EQAO tests.
Retrieved August 3, 2011 from http://www.eqao.com/pdf_e/07/07P086e.pdf
Education Quality and Accountability Office.
(2008). Technical reports for the 2007-08 assessments.
Retrieved August 3, 2011, from http://www.eqao.com/pdf_e/09/TechnicalReport_final_English.pdf
Kerr, L. (2006). Between caring and counting: teachers take on education reform. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.