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June 2013

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Expanded program welcomed

“New teachers, their students and the public interest will be well served,” said College CEO and Registrar Michael Salvatori, OCT, of changes to the initial teacher education program at Ontario’s faculties of education.

Read the news item on the College website.


Minister addresses Council

Ontario’s Minister of Education Liz Sandals heaped praise on the College for its attention to teacher professionalism and for taking steps to increase transparency during a presentation to Council on June 6.

See more images of the Minister's visit.

Regulators facing challenges

Every profession faces challenges in self-regulation, but teachers more so. So said Raj Anand, former Chief Commissioner of Ontario Human Rights Commission, keynote speaker at the College’s Annual Meeting of Members.

See the full speech.


Advice safeguards students

The College launched its Professional Advisory, Safety in Learning Environments: A Shared Responsibility in late May in Toronto, Ottawa, London and Thunder Bay. The advice provides a “4Rs for safety” framework (recognize, respond, report and reflect) to help inform members’ professional judgment and practise.

Read the advisory.


Who's reading what

Want to know what other Ontario Certified Teachers are reading? Check out the Top 10 requested books and eBooks from the Margaret Wilson Library.

See the Top 10 list.


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