Differences in PISA combined reading scores by selected school characteristics, minority and majority language school systems, Canada and selected provinces, 2009
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Standard table symbols
|Canada and selected provinces||Shortage of instructional material||Proportion of students in modal1 grade whose first language is not test language|
|Combined reading score||Difference
(no - some)
|Combined reading score||Difference (Less than 20% - 20% or more)|
|No or very little shortage||Some or large shortage||Less than 20%||20% or more|
|score||difference in score||score||difference in score|
|Schools attended by minority language students|
|Schools attended by majority language students|
* indicates a significant difference between categories within the minority or majority population at the Canada level or within the same province
… not applicable
1. The modal grade is the one in which the majority of 15 year-olds are registered.
2. Includes all provinces except Newfoundland and Labrador.
Source: Programme for International Student Assessment, 2009, OECD.