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What would you do?
What would you do?
The College’s Investigation Committee reviewed the case of a female teacher who allegedly knocked over a student’s desk in anger and, after the incident, did not check to see whether he was hurt.
If you were a member of the College’s Investigation Committee, what would you do? See the outcome.
Serve your profession
Serve your profession
Interested in shaping Ontario’s teaching profession or know someone who is?
Consider running or nominating a colleague for one of 23 elected Council positions.
As a Council member, you would provide leadership for the teaching profession in Ontario. Nominations open September 1. Stay tuned for more information.
Myth or Fact?
Individuals can make an anonymous complaint against members of the College?
Myth: The fact is the College does not investigate anonymous complaints. Complaints must be signed and copies are shared with the member.
Tell us what you want to learn
Tell us what you want to learn

Do you have an interest in special education, teaching students with communication needs, technological education or Native education? Are you a principal or supervisory officer? Do you work for a French-language board? The College is reviewing the guidelines of various additional qualification courses and is looking for your input.


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Remarkable teachers impact the stage and screen
Remarkable teachers impact the stage and screen
Actor Colm Feore shares his thoughts on the Ontario Certified Teacher and novelist who inspired him to pursue a career in the arts.
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