Friday, 13 May 2016

Principles of Reporting

 The key purpose of reporting is to support student learning by providing information to students and parents about student achievement and progress, and to indicate areas for further development.
q  Reporting should foster partnerships between parents and teachers to support a student’s learning and progress.
q  A student’s report provides a formal record at a point in time on the student’s progress and achievement.
q  Reporting student achievement provides a measure of school accountability for student learning and outcomes

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