Facts and figures from the College's 2019 Annual Report
By Steve Brearton
A section by Steve Brearton entitled, By the Numbers: Annual Review. It shows facts and figures from the College's 2019 Annual Report.
The first section is titled Age of Members and has a line graph showing the distribution of female, male and x members between the age of 20-60+ in 2019.
The next section is titled Origin of Successful Membership Applications in 2019 and has a pie graph showing the origin of 5,525 successful membership applications in 2019.
The last section is titled Geographic Distribution of Members and shows the distribution of members across Ontario in 2019.
Source: The Ontario College of Teachers 2019 Annual Report (reports2019.oct.ca)
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