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What would you do?
What would you do?
The College's Investigation Committee reviewed a complaint, which alleged that a teacher fabricated students' final marks on report cards.
For example, information entered in MarkBook, an assessment software, did not match information entered in the report cards.
If you were a member of the College's Investigation Committee, what would you do? See the outcome of the case.
You have a new Council
You have a new Council
Who will govern your profession in the public interest for the next three years? Learn more.
Myth or Fact?
Myth: Only teachers can be members of the College's governing body.
Fact: Council is made up of 23 members of the College elected by their peers and 14 members of the public appointed by the provincial government.
Council develops and approves policies that regulate the teaching profession in Ontario.
How we resolve complaints
Complaint resolution is one way, at the investigation stage, to deal with complaints - complaints similar to those that the Investigation Committee previously disposed. It allows the College to effectively address certain complaints, but without a full investigation. Know more.
Interested in shaping how and what teachers teach?
Interested in shaping how and what teachers teach?
Join the College's Additional Qualification volunteer list to support continuing teacher education and we'll notify you when opportunities become available.
Listening to you
Listening to you
The College is conducting a series of focus group sessions across the province with teachers and the public from English and French communities in August.
These sessions help us gather feedback on College's initiatives such as preferred topics for future professional advisories.
Member participants are selected randomly from the College registry database.
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