Teachers, parents and students satisfied students model active citizenship
Percentage of teachers, parents and students who are satisfied that students model the characteristics of active citizenship (Source: Accountability Pillar, May 2015).
Every year, Alberta Education surveys teachers, parents and students to measure their level of satisfaction with the degree to which students model the characteristics of active citizenship.
Learning and working environments
Provide welcoming, high quality learning and working environments.
A focus on well-being and student citizenship
Outcome: Our learning and working environments are welcoming, inclusive, safe and healthy.
Why is it important?
To help students become active members of local and global communities, the District supports their growth and development academically, socially and emotionally. To do this, we aim to provide classroom and school environments that give students a sense of safety and acceptance. This allows students to focus on preparing for their futures in post-secondary studies or the world of work, and helps them gain a strong sense of citizenship and social responsibility.