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2008 Annual Report

The College improved registration practices, which will assist internationally educated teachers. New Additional Qualification courses reflect the changes laid out in the 2006 review.

2009 Annual Report

The College launched the OCT professional designation, which tells the public that ethical standards and standards of practice guide the work of teachers.

2010 Annual Report

Equipping Teachers for the 21st century, our 2010 online annual report, honours Ontario Certified Teachers who are taking College-accredited Additional Qualification (AQ) courses in record numbers.

2011 Annual Report

Find detailed information on Ontario Certified Teachers including key demographic data, teacher qualifications, and where and how Ontario teachers are educated.

2012 Annual Report

Find detailed information on Ontario Certified Teachers including key demographic data, teacher qualifications, and where and how Ontario teachers are educated.

2013 Annual Report

The theme for this year’s publication is Setting the Standard for Great Teaching — the tagline for our public awareness initiative and a succinct summary of the College’s work.

Annual Report 1997

First report since College established in 1996. College re-launched its website, started Professionally Speaking/Pour parler profession magazine, received 300,000 certified teacher records dating back to 1910 and started granting Certificates of Qualification.

Annual Report 1998

The College approved in principle Standards of Practice for the Teaching Profession, did first accreditation reviews of education faculties and implemented a criminal records check.

Annual Report 1999

The College approved in principle the Ethical Standards for the Teaching Profession, drafted a professional learning framework, started a voluntary alternative dispute resolution program, and took part in activities to recruit and retain teachers.

Annual Report 2000

The College now requires that in-service and pre-service education programs reflect the Standards of Practice and Ethical Standards. The public register went online.

Annual Report 2001

The College improved procedures regarding sexual misconduct by members and also started a five-year study to follow 2001 and 2002 graduates to determine what must to be in place to keep teachers in the profession.

Annual Report 2002

The College has been promoting the standards of practice and ethical standards and expanding accreditation to cover new teacher education programs.

Annual Report 2003

The College presented a plan for mentoring new teachers to the government and finished its first survey of members.

Annual Report 2004

The College addressed issues of teacher supply, student protection and government initiatives that affected certification requirements.

Annual Report 2005

A new provincial teacher induction program reflected much of the advice given by the College. The College started an extensive review of the Teachers' Qualifications Regulation.

Annual Report 2006

The College updated the standards of practice and ethical standards, incorporating input from almost 9,000 members and stakeholders and approved 66 recommendations for improvements to the Teachers' Qualifications Regulation.

Annual Report 2007

The College reviewed its registration practices and its policies on making discipline decisions public, in keeping with the College commitment to transparency and accountability.

Fair Registration Practices Report 2013

This Fair Registration Practices Report was produced as required by: -the Fair Access to Regulated Professions Act (FARPA) s. 20 and 23(1), for regulated professions named in Schedule 1 of FARPA -the Health Professions Procedural Code set out in Schedule 2 of the Regulated Health Professions Act (RHPA) s. 22.7 (1) and 22.9(1), for health colleges.

Fair Registration Practices Review 2008

College review of its own registration practices to see that they are fair, transparent and objective. Includes reports of stakeholder sessions, recommendations and changes implemented.

Fair Registration Practices Review 2010

The report captured the thoughts, concerns and ideas of newly certified teachers and recent applicants, community groups, government representatives, teacher federations, parents and students the College consulted. The results indicated that the College’s practices are consistent with the expectations in Ontario’s Fair Access to Regulated Professions Act. Recognizing that there is always room for improvement, the College listened to feedback from various individuals and groups, and made some significant changes in the College’s certification processes.

LeSage Report

Review of the Ontario College of Teachers Intake, Investigation and Discipline Procedures and Outcomes, and the Dispute Resolution Program

Transition to Teaching 2012

Another cohort of new teachers swelled the ranks of Ontario’s 30,000+ teachers unable to find regular teaching jobs in 2012. Read our exclusive survey for all the details.

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