- Transition to Teaching
- Membership in the College
- Membership Demographics
- Applications for Membership
- Volume and Sources of Teacher Education
- Qualifications of College Members
- Complaints, Investigations and Discipline
- Historical Statistics
Transition to Teaching
The College's Transition to Teaching survey looks at the early careers of new Ontario teachers. This annual study began in 2001 when the elementary and secondary teacher employment markets in Ontario were in the midst of retirement-driven, short-term teacher shortage that started in 1998 and lasted for about five years.
However, it became clear in the mid-1990s that there was an emerging surplus of teachers relative to available jobs.
What was it like to be a new teacher in 2012? Read our exclusive survey to find out.
A full report of this year's survey of French-language education graduates is also available here.
The Transition to Teaching survey of new teachers in the 2011-12 school year examines the job entry success and professional experience of teacher education graduates of 2002 through 2011 and new-to-Ontario teachers educated elsewhere and certified in 2010 and 2011.
|Residence outside Ontario||35%||15%||24%|
|Residence in Ontario||11%||36%||39%|
First-year French-language program graduates
|Underemployed and unemployed||55%||45%||36%||20%||15%|
French-language program graduates
|Ontario faculty graduates||37%||45%|
|Ontarians educated abroad||54%||30%|
|Other Canadian provinces||43%||44%|
|US border-college graduates||58%||63%|