Pan-Canadian Assessment Program (PCAP)

The Pan-Canadian Assessment Program (PCAP) was started in 2007 by the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC).  PCAP is a test given to Grade 8 students in Canada every three years.  It measures student performance in reading, math, and science, and provides valuable information on student achievement on the national level.  Making comparisons of results is complex, but these tests do help determine whether students across Canada reach similar levels of performance at about the same time in their schooling.  For more information, see PCAP 2013 Results, Prince Edward Island.

Who can I contact for more information?

Contact your child’s teacher directly, or
Achievement and Accountability
Department of Education, Early Learning and Culture
Holman Centre
250 Water St., Suite 101
Summerside, PE  C1N 1B6
Tel: (902) 438-4887
Fax: (902) 438-4889

Published date: 
September 17, 2015
Education, Early Learning and Culture

General Inquiries

Department of Education, Early Learning and Culture
Holman Centre 
Suite 101, 250 Water Street
Summerside, PE   C1N 1B6

Phone: (902) 438-4130
Fax: (902) 438-4062