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Data on the number of OSAP loan recipients who received repayment assistance: * 2010-11 OSAP loan recipients who received repayment assistance before July 2013. * 2011-12 OSAP loan recipients who received repayment assistance before July 2014. * 2012-13 OSAP loan recipients who received repayment assistance before July 2015. * 2013-14 OSAP loan recipients who received repayment assistance before July 2016.
Data includes: * board number * board name * board language * board type * district name * city * grade 6 EQAO reading results * progress in Grade 6 EQAO reading results * grade 10 OSSLT results * progress in Grade 10 OSSLT results * credit accumulation by the end of Grade 10 and 11 * progress in credit accumulation by the end of Grade 10 and 11 * primary class size with 20 students or less * progress in primary grade classes with 20 students or less * four-year and five-year graduation rates * progress in the four-year and five-year graduation rates This data is shown as reported by: * the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO) 2018-2019 * school boards in the Ontario School Information System (OnSIS) 2019-2020 (Credit Accumulation) and 2020-2021 (Graduation Rate) * Class-size Tracker 2015-2016 This data is also available through the Ministry of Education's School Board Progress Report website.
2016-17 Graduation Information by board, 2016-17 Graduation Information by gender, and Historical Graduation Rates. Note: Graduation Rate is the percentage of the number of students receiving a High School Graduation Diploma compared to the number of students in grade 9 three years earlier.
These tables contain statistical information on Canadian post-secondary graduates gathered approximately three years after completing their education. The three tables in the dataset focus on the graduates’ pursuit of further studies after graduation, the relationship between their job and their field of study, and their satisfaction with their chosen field of study. The data was extracted by Statistics Canada and modified by Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC). Statistical information on graduates is reported at the national level by type of post-secondary education and by field of study.
On-time and extended-time graduation rates by gender, collected very year by the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC) for the true cohort high school graduation rate data collection.
Demographic data about Employment Service clients that includes: * number of participants at workshops and information sessions * gender of assisted service clients * age cohort of assisted service clients at Employment Service registration * service outcomes for assisted clients at exit from the Employment Service * customer satisfaction levels of employers, unassisted service clients and assisted service clients at exit Please note that percentages may not add to 100% due to rounding.
Data about the number of students enrolled in second language courses. Information is specific to publicly funded secondary schools at the provincial level. Second language courses include: * APD (Anglais pour debutant) * ALF (Actualisation linguistique en français) * PDF (Perfectionnement linguistique du français) * ESL (English as a Second Language) * ELD (English Literacy Development) * FSL (French as a Second Language) * NL (Native Languages) Data includes: * course code * course description * grade * pathway or destination * enrolment Note: Students enrolled in a course more than once are counted each time they enroll. Source: Course enrolment data is reported by schools to the Ontario School Information System.
Graduation rates, average time to graduation and number of students in an entry cohort for college-level certificate students, within Canada, by demographic characteristics.
Locally developed courses are developed by school boards to accommodate educational needs that are not met through courses offered by the provincial curriculum. These courses require approval of the Ministry of Education, with the exception of religious education courses developed by Roman Catholic school boards. Data is organized by school board and includes: * board number * board name * course code * course description * grade * pathway or destination * enrolment Students enrolled in a course more than once are counted each time they enroll. Course enrolment data is reported by schools to the Ontario School Information System.
Data tracking the number of students enrolled in ministry defined secondary school courses at the provincial level. These ministry defined courses are for students in grades 9 to 12. They outline the mandatory knowledge and skills students must demonstrate by the end of the course. Includes: * course code * course description * grade * pathway or destination * enrolment Note: students enrolled in a course more than once are counted each time they enroll.