Ministry of Education looking for feedback on reporting system

Peace River South MLA Mike Bernier. Photo by Government of B.C.

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Ministry of Education is looking for opinions when it comes to the reporting system.

With the new K-9 curriculum, the Ministry is looking for parent feedback about how reporting can support student learning.

“Reporting is all about keeping parents like you informed, and we want you to tell us HOW you want to be informed and keep track of your child’s progress.” – Education Minister Mike Bernier

The Education Minister is sending out a letter saying that parents can submit feedback via engage.gov.bc.ca/yourkidsprogress.

He said there will be 10 community meetings that will be held across the province over the next few months where parents can ask questions and also share thoughts.

Bernier says they will gather feedback and share a plan next June.

“The ultimate goal of this engagement is to develop a student reporting process that gives families a deeper understanding of their child’s progress at school through timely and comprehensive information. We’ll gather the feedback and share our plan next June.”

The letter will be sent out by schools. You can read the full letter below.

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