The College is making progress on key issues. But a new crisis is looming as the
generation of educators who entered the system in the 1960s retires.
Remembering Ontario teachers who served in the First World War. The College will establish
an archive in the memory of teachers whose contribution far exceeded the "duties of
Letters to the Editor
Story: Teachers Retire in Droves
|School boards and
the teaching profession face a huge challenge as almost half of Ontarios teachers
reach retirement age in the next 10 years. Shortages will hit almost every subject and
every part of the province very soon.
When Parents Mark Homework
Students do better when parents mark their homework
and both children and their families enjoy the experience.
From the Policy to the
Subject associations help teachers transform policy into
Peter Gzowski is famous for his words. Is it any wonder that his three remarkable teachers
all taught English?
The Blue Pages
College bulletins with need-to-know information for Ontario
Animation culturelle is part of daily life in Ontarios
Safe Students, Safe Schools
School boards and their staffs are implementing a wide range
of measures to ensure that students are safe codes of behaviour, zero tolerance
policies, special programs. Underlying these initiatives is the duty of care that
teachers, principals and supervisory officers must fulfill.
The Remarkable Edna Izzard
Farley Mowat praised his former teacher Edna Izzard for
helping him become a professional writer. Now another former student says that Edna Izzard
was far more than an exceptional teacher.
Teaching in Japan a high-status, high-stress profession. A former North York Board
of Education teacher talks about his experience teaching in Japan.
The art of searching the net defining your search criteria is the key.
Answers to the questions you are asking.
Professional news for members.
Conferences and events of interest to members of the profession.