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Ontario teachers are initially certified with basic teaching qualifications
in two of three consecutive divisions: Primary/Junior, Junior/Intermediate
Teachers holding basic qualifications to teach in the Primary and
Junior divisions are qualified to teach Kindergarten to Grade 6.
Teachers qualified to teach in the Junior and Intermediate divisions are
qualified to teach in the Junior division, Grades 4 to 6. They are also qualified
to teach in the Intermediate division, Grades 7 to 10, and are certified in
a single subject taught in these grades.
Teachers qualified to teach in the Intermediate and Senior divisions require
two subject specialties and are certified to teach Grades 7 to 10 and Grades
11 to 12.
Teachers with qualifications in Technological Studies have
teaching specialties in one or more of the broad-based technologies.
Teachers with qualifications in Native Language as a Second Language can
teach a Native language in Kindergarten to Grade 12.
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