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Senior Level Organizational Responsibilities and Reporting Structure

It is my pleasure to share with you the “new” Senior Team Leadership Organizational Structure and the Highlights where you will see the many facets of improvement that the new structure will support. These changes will reinvigorate our focus on higher achievement, school improvement, student well-being, equity and service excellence in TDSB.

Among the many improvements is our transition from the current structure of two Associate Directors to having four Associate Directors with no additional costs to the Senior Team budget allocation. The Senior Team complement will increase by one position, which is funded by the Ministry of Education as part of a province-wide strategy to promote school board leadership in human rights.

The attached structure represents the Senior levels only. A full organizational chart reflecting these changes and showing all departments will be available soon.

The most important point I would like to share is that our commitment is to student achievement and well-being. We improve student achievement and well-being because of our commitment to creating equitable and inclusive learning environments for all students. This structural change is intended to support this important improvement work in classrooms and schools.


Dr. John Malloy
Director of Education

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To enable all students to reach high levels of achievement and to acquire
the knowledge, skills, and values
they need to become responsible members of a democratic society.
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