The sixth Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS 2011) was conducted by the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA), an independent cooperative of research institutions and government agencies. More than 60 countries are now members.

TIMSS was designed to assess the mathematics and science knowledge of students aged 10 (Elementary 4) and 14 (Secondary II), to compare the performances of participating countries and school jurisdictions and to provide information on school curricula and instructional methods.

This report presents the results achieved by Québec students, compares their performance with that of other international and Canadian participants, and highlights any changes observed since the other assessments in which Québec participated. 

Documents

Date Title
2014-07-09 2011 Results of Québec Students (2.5 MB)