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In the summer of 2016, the College held focus groups with members and the public to gauge their knowledge of the College’s mandate, their preferred topics for the next professional advisory and their opinions on a number of communication products and initiatives.
Where we went
The College led 21 focus groups across the province. These cities were chosen to reflect different geographical regions, demographics and languages. In each location, we met with two groups of College members and one group of parents. In Sudbury, Toronto and Ottawa, we held an additional fourth session with French-language parents.
Who we engaged
Each focus group session brought together 9 to 17 participants, randomly selected from among College members in good standing and parents with children in the public education system.
Half the participants in Sudbury, Ottawa and Toronto were French-speaking.
What we surveyed
Our engagement process was designed to:
Here are highlights of what they said:
The feedback helps the College’s 37-member governing council and College staff act with increased agility and efficiency in its regulatory role of serving the public interest. By better anticipating arising needs and forthcoming changes on the horizon, Ontario certified teachers and the public can both be better served.
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