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By the Numbers & Tweet Sheet

Annual Review

A look at the College’s 2016 Annual Report.

By Steve Brearton

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Infographic illustrating statistics about education in Ontario. Long description follows.
Infographics: Hannah Browne/Studio 141

An Illustrated infographic titled By the Numbers: Annual Review, a look at the College's 2016 Annual Report by Steve Brearton. The infographic is divided into three sections.

The first section illustrated current membership and displays the following data: 26% are male, with an average age of 44.7 years, and 74% are female, with an average age of 42.5 years. 2% are new members.

The second section illustrates where College members come from and displayes the following data: 47 are from BC, 64 from Alberta, 11 from Saskatchewan, 17 from Manitoba, 2,597 from Ontario, 146 from Quebec, 34 from New Brunswick, 21 from Nova Scotia, 7 from PEI and 21 from Newfoundland and Labrador. This represents 72% from Ontario, 10% from other provinces, 5% from the United States, and 12% from other countries.

The third part shows the top additional qualifications (AQs) taken by teachers. 4,249 Ontario Certified Teachers have taken Special Education, Part 1. 3,478 have taken Mathematics, Primary & Junior, Part 1. 1,744 have taken Kindergarten, Part 1. 1,700 have taken English as a Second Language, Part 1. 1,623 have taken Special Education, Part 2. These account for 37% of the 34,497 AQs teachers have taken.