Ontario’s college system is committed to accountability and transparency. The colleges produce a number of documented results annually to ensure that students, parents and the public have reliable information.
Ontario's 24 colleges have adopted a new policy on free expression that promotes the dissemination of knowledge and the open discussion of diverse ideas and opinions.
This report highlights the collegesí progress responding to the Truth
and Reconciliation Commission of Canadaís calls to action.
This report highlights the achievements of the colleges'
labour-market training in preparing people for successful careers.
This new report describes the many ways in which Ontario’s 24 public colleges are transforming the lives of Ontarians and the economy.
The 2006 Results Report is a comprehensive summary of improvements colleges have made in the areas of access, quality and accountability. The report demonstrates the colleges’ commitment to maximizing investments to improve programs, services and facilities and to enriching the education experience for students.
An assessment of the accountability policies governing Ontario’s colleges and the controls over their financial and legal affairs, real estate dealings and entrepreneurial activity.
This report discusses measurement issues and their usefulness as indicators of student success. Among its findings is that Graduation Rate is an invalid indicator of labour market success for college graduates and that it should not be used.