About report cards

School report cards are prepared and published by the Fraser Institute.

Our school report cards offer detailed tables showing how well schools performed in academics over a number of years. By combining a variety of relevant, objective indicators of school performance into one easily accessible public web site, the school report cards allow teachers, parents, school administrators, students, and taxpayers to analyze and compare the academic performance of individual schools in an attempt to answer the question, "How are our schools doing?".

How is our research conducted?
We use objective, publicly-available data to rate and rank the schools, such as average scores on state tests provided by provincial education ministries.
Read our Frequently asked questions for more details.

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