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An 18-member Council will be established to govern the College. Council develops and approves policies that regulate the teaching profession in Ontario.

Council will consist of nine members of the College in good standing and nine members of the public who must not now be, nor ever have been, a member of the teaching profession. Members of the College with a status other than good standing (e.g., retired) must reinstate their membership in order to be eligible for a position on Council, a committee or a roster.

Council members will initially be appointed for one or two-year terms. Terms thereafter will be for two years. Term limitations will apply, for example, if you have previously served as a Council member. A person appointed to Council, a committee or a roster will be limited to no more than six consecutive years of service. Individuals who served on the previous councils or rosters for a total of six years cannot be appointed until three years have elapsed since the end of their last day of service.

Find details about the Ontario College of Teachers Act, regulations and bylaws. We also provide a list of provincial legislation that affects educators.

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