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Academic Value-Added Information - SVAIS

 

Schools have to comply with the following protocol:

Schools Value-Added Information System (SVAIS) provides schools with academic value-added (VA) information to facilitate schools’ self-evaluation. Schools should capitalise on their VA information, together with other evidence and schools' contextualised factors, to reflect on the effectiveness of learning and teaching and for continuous improvement.

Schools should report their VA information to the Incorporated Management Committee (IMC)/School Management Committee (SMC) for enhancing school development and accountability.

School management (including IMC and SMC) should monitor the use of VA information by their school to ensure that VA information is used solely as one piece of information for school self-evaluation, aiming at enhancing student learning and promoting schools’ continuous development, but not other purposes, such as publicity. If a school chooses to release its VA information to other parties (including parents and the public), the school is obliged to disclose the full set of VA information, but not selectively, in order to avoid misleading the recipients. Once the school has chosen to release the VA information to other parties, the school has to stick to this practice in subsequent years.

If a school fails to comply with the above protocol, the Education Bureau will consider ceasing the provision of VA information to that school.

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