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Long-Term Program and Accommodation Strategy

Toronto is a dynamic and vibrant city that is continuously changing.  Hundreds of new developments are being built every day, resulting in demographic changes and substantial pressure on critical public infrastructure such as schools, public transit and roads. 

The Toronto District School Board’s Long-Term Program and Accommodation Strategy (LTPAS) helps the Board plan for the future in a dynamic environment by identifying program and student accommodation reviews to be conducted over a ten-year period.

This strategy, which is refreshed and approved annually by the Board of Trustees, takes in consideration different factors such as:

  • demographic changes
  • enrolment projections
  • number of current students and programs offered at each school
  • equity of opportunities
  • access to programs
  • good distribution and utilization of schools

Major Types of Reviews:

  • Boundary Change Review
  • Emerging Capital Priority Project
  • Program Area Review
  • Property Review
  • Pupil Accommodation Review

Program Priorities

As technology and global employment trends change, the TDSB needs to ensure that students have access to inspiring and high-quality programming to succeed in the labour market.

These priorities, reflected in the LTPAS, are:

  • Aboriginal Education
  • Building the Workforce of Tomorrow
  • French Immersion and Extended French
  • Special Education and Inclusion


Our Mission
To enable all students to reach high levels of achievement and well-being
and to acquire the knowledge, skills
and values they need to become responsible, contributing members of
a democratic and sustainable society.
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