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Term: Grade 9 Achievement Index

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Glossary Definition

Last Updated: 2014-06-17


The Grade 9 Achievement Index measures individual student performance / achievement in grade 9 level courses and is based on average marks in all classes and the number of credits earned during the school year. The Grade 9 Index does not differentiate between required and elective courses.

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