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2020 Annual Report Seing the Standard for Great Teaching 49 GOVERNING OURSELVES September 2021 Professionally Speaking ON BEHALF OF COUNCIL: • received a quarterly report from the Registrar; • received the unaudited financial report to March 31, 2021; • reviewed and approved the minutes for the March 17, 2021, meeting; • received and approved the audited financial statements for the year ended December 31, 2020, as presented; • approved the reappointment of KPMG as auditors for the College for the 2021 fiscal period; and • in response to recent amendments to Section 23 of the Ontario College of Teachers Act, approved a recom- mendation to the Ministry of Education on the regulatory intent framework to include on the public register prescribed information regarding current or previous criminal proceedings involving a member that is relevant to their membership. ON BEHALF OF THE ACCREDITATION COMMITTEE: • in accordance with Regulation 347/02, Accreditation of Teacher Education Programs, granted general accreditation without conditions to the following pro- gram, as modified, offered by Lakehead University: consecutive program of professional education with areas of study in the Primary/ Junior and Intermediate/Senior divisions, leading to a bachelor of education degree; • approved the following final Additional Qualification course guidelines for public release: � Mathematics • Schedule C: Mathematics, Grades 7 and 8 • Schedule D: Mathematics, Primary and Junior Activities of the * Transition Supervisory Officer From May 1, 2021, to June 15, 2021. *The provincial government has appointed Paul Boniferro as Transition Supervisory Officer (TSO) to oversee the College's transition to a new governance structure. Boniferro assumes the role of Council and committees until the new structure is in place. � Music • Schedule A: Music Instrumental, Intermediate and Senior • Schedule A: Music Vocal, Intermediate and Senior • Schedule D: Music Instrumental • Schedule D: Music Vocal, Intermediate and Senior • Schedule D: Music Vocal, Primary and Junior • Schedule E: Music Honour Specialist � Technological Design • Schedule B (Grades 9 and 10) and (Grades 11 and 12) � Supporting First Nation, Métis and Inuit Students: Guidance and Counselling • Schedule D � Schedule A (Intermediate Division and Senior Division) • Music Instrumental • Music Vocal, Primary and Junior • Music Vocal, Intermediate and Senior � Schedule B • Technological Design, Grades 9 and 10 • Technological Design, Grades 11 and 12 � Schedule C • Mathematics, Grades 7 and 8 � Schedule D (Parts 1, 2 and Specialist) • Mathematics, Primary and Junior • Music Instrumental • Music Vocal, Intermediate and Senior • Music Vocal, Primary and Junior • Supporting First Nation, Métis and Inuit Students: Guidance and Counselling � Schedule E • Honour Specialist Music. PS Annual Report Highlights A snapshot of the College's past year. How did the pandemic affect early- career teachers' employment? What was the most popular AQ in 2020? Find these stats, plus messages from leadership, committee reports and more in the College's 2020 Annual Report, now online. In his message, Paul Boniferro, the College's Transition Supervisory Officer, focuses on one of the key highlights of the past year: the provincial government's passage of Bill 229 in December. The new legis- lation means the implementation of College-recommended updates to our operations and governance structure. "The new governance structure will create greater opportunities for College members and members of the public across the province to become involved in the work of the College on panel rosters, committees and Council," says Boniferro. He adds, "The College's new governance process is in line with what is happening globally, where we are seeing a greater focus on achieving a balance of public and professional representation. This helps to ensure those in Council

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