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Wishing you a happy new year!

Wishing you a happy new year!

Here's wishing that the new year will bring joy and happiness to you and your family.

The amazing professionalism of Ontario Certified Teachers through the pandemic has been nothing short of remarkable.

You may want to visit our COVID-19 webpage to access a variety of resources including the College's video guidelines to support your professional practice.
Continued shortage of teachers projected by College survey.

Continued shortage of teachers projected by College survey

The College's 2020 Transition to Teaching survey confirms that Ontario's teacher shortage is growing and that French and English school boards face significant recruitment challenges ahead.
New teaching certificate helps province address COVID-19-related teacher shortage.

New teaching certificate helps province address COVID-19-related teacher shortage

The College Council endorsed the creation of a temporary certificate to enable faculty of education students to begin teaching earlier as one of a number of approaches being implemented in the education sector to address Ontario's teacher shortage.
A Letter of Permission issued by the Ministry of Education allow anyone to teach in a publicly funded school while a temporary certificate indicates the individual has pedagogical and practical experience in teaching.
Meet our 2020 scholarship recipients.

Meet our 2020 scholarship recipients

Meet Kai, Melena and Damon. Each received $2,000 toward their studies in initial teacher education programs.
AQ Equivalency.

AQ Equivalency

Ontario Certified Teachers who have taught an accredited or approved Additional Qualification (AQ) course may be granted AQ equivalency. This only applies to courses/programs accredited by the College or to acceptable experience gained from teaching courses outside of Ontario.
Roles of Council committees.

Roles of Council committees

There are 14 Council committees that help to govern the College. Each committee has a unique role in protecting the public interest.

For example, the Registration Appeals Committee considers and rules on appeals from applicants denied College membership or College members who are certified with terms, conditions and limitations.


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