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  • Ontario's Aménagement Linguistique Policy
    This document sets out the guidelines for aménagement linguistique interventions both for the Ministry of Education and for Ontario's French-language school boards.
  • Good Places to Learn: Renewing Ontario's Schools
    The following is a considered action plan to deliver "Good Places to Learn" for all Ontario students over the next 18 months. It sets out policy direction and goals to achieve a high standard for the environment in which our students learn, together with the resources and flexibility to make that environment achievable across the province.
  • Leading Education: New Supports for Principals and Vice-Principals in Ontario Publicly Funded Schools (December, 2005, v. 2)
    Part of a series of mini discussion papers prepared for the Education Partnership Table to permit wide input to the direction of education in Ontario. This paper articulates the government's comprehensive strategy to strengthen school leadership.
  • Ontario Parent Involvement Policy (December, 2005, v. 2)
    Part of a series of mini discussion papers prepared for the Education Partnership Table. The Ministry of Education is striving for a new relationship among the groups that make up public education in Ontario. This paper is one of several setting out proposed government policy changes to help such a partnership to thrive.

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2004

  • Me Read? No, Way! A practical guide to improving boys' literacy skills (2004)
    This guide focuses on boys' literacy. Based on an international review of effective practices, the guide is intended to stimulate discussion of this important issue among educators in Ontario and to provide practical and effective strategies that teachers across the province can put to use in the classroom, both immediately and over the longer term.
  • Teacher Excellence: Unlocking Student Potential Through Continuing Professional Development (August, 2004 v. 2)
    Fifth in a series of mini discussion papers prepared for the Education Partnership Table. This paper is concerned with the ongoing continuing professional development of our teaching corps.
  • Creating an Education Partnership Table (March 2004, v. 2)
    First in a series of mini discussion papers prepared for the Education Partnership Table. This is the proposal for the Partnership Table: a problem-solving forum, where participants explain underlying wants and needs behind positions and bring facts to bear that allow others to appreciate their viewpoint.
  • Building the Ontario Education Advantage: Student Achievement (April, 2004)
    Second in a series of mini discussion papers prepared for the Education Partnership Table. The McGuinty governments vision and plans for publicly funded education.
  • Revitalizing the Ontario College of Teachers (March, 2004)
    Third in a series of mini discussion papers prepared for the Education Partnership Table. Key approaches of the McGuinty government for revitalizing the Ontario College of Teachers.
  • Aménagement linguistique: A Policy for Ontario's French-Language Schools and Francophone Community (2004)
    The policy presented in this document concerns French-language schools, the young people attending them, and their parents. Its intention is to help the province's French-language educational institutions and settings optimize the transmission of the French language and culture among young people, to help them reach their full potential in school and society, and to breathe new life into the francophone community.
  • French-Language Education Strategy Task Force (2004) (PDF, 503 KB)
    This report includes an analysis of the factors that cause difficulties for French-language education. It also suggests measures to be taken to remedy the problem areas occurring under present funding for French-language education.
  • Revitalizing the Ontario College of Teachers (2004)
    Third in a series of mini-discussion papers prepared for the Education Partnership Table to permit wide input to the direction of education in Ontario.
  • Teaching and Learning Mathematics: The Report of the Expert Panel on Mathematics in Grades 4 to 6 in Ontario (2004)
    The Expert Panel on Mathematics in Grades 4 to 6 in Ontario was established by the Ministry of Education to examine, synthesize, and outline the research to date on teaching mathematics to students in the junior grades (Grades 4–6). Panel members included teachers, consultants, principals, researchers, and professors.

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