How to provide school boards with information about learning outcomes, one of the most important aspects of the quality of education in their schools? A new development in Cito’s Monitoring and Evaluation System for primary education

How to provide school boards with information about learning outcomes, one of the most important aspects of the quality of education in their schools? A new development in Cito’s Monitoring and Evaluation System for primary education

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How to provide school boards with information about learning outcomes, one of the most important aspects of the quality of education in their schools? A new development in Cito’s Monitoring and Evaluation System for primary education

In the Netherlands, schools are held more and more responsible for the quality of (their) education. They have to implement an active policy of quality control on both student and school level. Cito’,s Monitoring and Evaluation System for primary and secondary education (and recently also for children with special needs) provides schools with valuable additional information about the quality of education on both levels.Recently, Cito’,s Monitoring and Evaluation System for primary education in the Netherlands has been expanded. It is now possible to report on school board level, besides reporting on student and school level. The latter module of the system has been developed in close collaboration with school boards, to enable them to monitor the quality of education of their schools. With this last module,  ,Cito’,s Monitoring and Evaluation System for primary education can be used to provide information on learning outcomes to all stakeholders, the individual pupil, the grade/cohort, the school and one step higher: the school board.In this paper, a brief overview of Cito’,s Monitoring and Evaluation System for primary education will be given. We will first describe how test data can be transformed into information on learning outcomes and progress at different levels (pupil, grade/cohort and school). And then special attention will be given to the reports for school boards.

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