Provincial Education Funding Guide Submission: The TDSB has submitted its response to the Ministry of Education's request for input on the provincial Education Funding Engagement Guide 2019-2020. The full response is now available online
Provincial Education Consultation Submission: The TDSB has submitted feedback to the Ministry of Education's Consultation: Education in Ontario. The consultation, which closed on December 15, was open to students, parents, staff and organizations.
Director's Annual Report: The 2018 Director's Annual Report is now available online. This report is a summary of the work that is happening across the system in support of achievement, equity and well-being.
Policy Consultations: The TDSB is currently looking for public input on two policies – Student Dress Code (P042) and Restrictions on Alcohol, Drug and Tobacco Use (P0XX). To learn more, including how you can participate, please visit the TDSB webpage for Policy Consultations.
Good News Stories: trending@tdsb is a new online publication that features stories by former education reporter Louise Brown that will take you inside schools across the Toronto District School Board. Her stories focus on the exciting changes that are underway in and out of our classrooms, including new ways of learning and teaching, reaching deeper into communities and putting equity into action.
TDSB Employment Opportunity Fair: Explore the exciting career possibilities the TDSB has to offer at our first ever Employment Opportunity Fair on Saturday, January 26, 2019. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Montecassino Hotel and Event Venue in North York.
Multi-Year Strategic Plan Action Plans: This plan – and its action plans – lays the ground work for how we will transform student learning, create a culture of well-being, provide access to learning opportunities, allocate resources strategically and build strong partnerships. Learn more at www.tdsb.on.ca/mysp.
TDSB Trustees: Connect with your local trustee, access their newsletters and learn more about their role as elected representatives of the Toronto District School Board.