New Regulations Bolster College's Transition to Modernized Governance Structure
August 09 2021
College and new governing body will be able to operate more effectively and efficiently.
The Ontario College of Teachers, Ontario’s teaching regulator, welcomes new regulations that support and strengthen the College’s transition to a new and modernized governance structure. Changes to the Ontario College of Teachers Act, 1996 (OCTA) came into force on February 1, 2021 to lay the foundation for a modernized governing body for Ontario’s teaching profession that would best serve the public interest and protect students. Today, regulations were filed to continue the modernization process.
“The legislation provided us with a big-picture overview, while the regulations fill in the details,” says Paul Boniferro, Transition Supervisory Officer (TSO), Ontario College of Teachers. “Together, the legislation and regulations will provide the College with an effective governance structure that will serve as a model for self-regulation in Ontario.”
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