Long-Term Program and Accommodation Strategy
The Long-Term Program and Accommodation Strategy provides an approach to program and accommodation planning with a ten-year timeframe that allow for responsiveness and flexibility in a changing environment. The strategy is updated every year and then approved by the Board of Trustees.
The latest version of the document covers the ten-year period from 2016 to 2025.
Toronto is a dynamic, vibrant city that is continuously changing. To manage the impact of new demographic trends on our schools, many different types of studies are planned over the next ten years. These studies can lead to different types of accommodation reviews.
Major types of reviews:
- Boundary Change Review
- Emerging Capital Priority Project
- Program Area Review
- Property Review
- Pupil Accommodation Review
Changing technologies and global employment trends are changing what students need from their school experience in order to succeed in the labour market. Ensuring all students have access to inspiring, high-quality programming is the strategy’s top priority.
- Aboriginal Education
- Continuing Education
- French Immersion and Extended French
- Information Technology
- Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
- Skilled Trades
- Special Education and Inclusion
- The Arts