Facts and figures from the College’s 2018 Annual Report.
By Steve Brearton
An infographic titled By the Numbers: Year at a Glance, Facts and figures from the College’s 2018 Annual Report by Steve Brearton. It is divided into three sections.
The first section is titled Taking Attendance and says that in 2018, there were 5,657 successful applications for membership.
The second section is a bar graph titled Gender & Language that shows members' national language of preference and presents the following data: English female: 163,497, French Female: 10,520, English Male: 55,747, French Male: 3,983, English "X": 37 and French "X": 3. "X" is a third-gender identifier for use by people identifying as transgender, non-binary, two spirited or binary, as well as anyone who chooses not to display their gender identity.
The third section is titled Stats on Specialties and shows the top three basic qualifications of new members by teaching subject. It is divided into two sections. The first section is titled Junior-Intermediate Divisions and presents the following data: French as a Second Language: 163, English: 135 and Science: 131. The second section is titled Intermediate-Senior Divisions and presents the following data: English: 480, Science-Biology: 401 and History: 305.
The source for this information is the Ontario College of Teachers 2018 Annual Report (reports2018.oct.ca/en).
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