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The College is undergoing a transition to a new governance model. A Transition Supervisory Officer (TSO) has been appointed to help the College with the changes. The TSO is Paul Boniferro.
The new Council was established through a competency-based selection process, has an equal number of members of the public and College members in good standing.
Applications for Council, committees and the rosters closed on September 30, 2021. Successful candidates were notified by December 1.
The Council, committee and roster members were announced publicly on December 23, 2021 via the College’s website.
Term start date: January 1, 2022
Authority under the Act transfers from the TSO to Council and committees: February 1, 2022.
Council is composed of 12 members. Six must be Ontario Certified Teachers. Six must be members of the public who are not now, and never been, a member of the teaching profession.
Members of Council also serve on one or more of the following subcommittees:
A Chair of Council was appointed for a one-year term. The Chair of Council is Diana Miles.
The duties of the Chair of Council are limited to:
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