Extension Time Options – Term 3

Tonight @ 6:00pm students will be able to choose their extension time option for term 3 using their learn account.  Students are reminded that if they have previously taken a course in term 1 or term 2 that they are not permitted to sign up for that class again.  The only exception to this policy is with academic support.

Please click on the link below for a list of the options provided for Term 3:

Extension Term 3

 

Extension Time Term 3 (Student Sign-Up)

Please click on the link below to access the online sign-up form for Extension Time for Term 3.  Students need to sign in using their learn account information.

 https://docs.google.com/a/learn.cssd.ab.ca/forms/d/1cQxzXl_eJOZSxJkfek7mLtQmRAcNu6OKEgUgc5TgJRQ/viewform

 

 

 

 

2014-15 Stakeholder Satisfaction with Education in Alberta Telephone Surveys

As in previous years, the Ministry of Education will be conducting its annual stakeholder satisfaction telephone surveysto collect public, employer and other stakeholder perceptions of Alberta’s education system.

The surveys gather responses from a random sample of parents, the general public, business and industry (employers of recent high school graduates), high school students, teachers, principals, superintendents and school board trustees in the province.  The total number of completed surveys will be over 7,000, ensuring that survey results for each of the 11 respondent groups are statistically representative.  The survey responses are completely confidential, and only aggregate data will be reported.

The purpose of the surveys is to determine stakeholders’ satisfaction with:

•     the overall quality of the education system;

•     the education system meeting the needs of students and supporting our society and the economy;

•     schools providing a safe and caring environment for students;

•     preparation of students for lifelong learning, employment and active citizenship;

•     the education system having effective working relationships with partners and stakeholders;

•     leadership and continuous improvement of the education system;

•     knowledge, skills and abilities of recent high school graduates; and

•     facilities and equipment in the education system.

Your participation is important as it provides valuable information to help the ministry identify areas of strength and areas needing improvement, thus helping provide a more effective and accountable education system.  Some survey results are also used in specific business plan performance measures and will be reported in the ministry’s  2014-15 annual report.

Please note that it would be beneficial if superintendents shared this information with both trustees and school principals.

CCI Research Inc. has been contracted to administer the telephone interviews beginning on January 8, 2015 and finishing at the end of February 2015.  A summary of the information resulting from the survey will be posted on Education’s website.  Last year’s survey instruments and survey results are available at www.education.alberta.ca/admin/resources/satisfaction.aspx.

If you have questions about the survey, please contact Jim Peck, Acting Senior Manager, Corporate Planning Branch, at 780-422-1963 (dial 310-0000 first for toll-free access in Alberta) or jim.peck@gov.ab.ca.