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IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMS
Currently the Consecutive Bachelor of Education Program and Diploma in Technological Education programs are one-year programs. However, effective 2015, the Government of Ontario has announced that all teacher education programs will be a minimum of two years. In addition to expanding the program to two years, admissions will be reduced by 50 per cent starting in 2015.

Read more: News release from the Ontario Ministry of Education and from the Ontario College of Teachers.




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WHAT'S NEW Admissions decisions released April 1.

The quickest way to find out is ONLINE by noon:
• For BEd applicants, log into your Applicant Profile
• For Technological Education applicants, log into the Technological Education Decision page

The official admission decision is communicated by the formal letter you receive in the mail. Official letters were mailed April 1.

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What is Initial Teacher Education?

Initial teacher education programs provide candidates with the professional education necessary to become certified teachers. A "consecutive" program provides this professional education to candidates who have already completed a university degree. A "concurrent" program combines undergraduate degree studies and professional education into one extended program of study.
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