The line graph illustrates information regarding recruitment of English teachers and French teachers according to year of graduation in Ontario between 2001 and 2007. Overall, it can be seen that the number of French and English teachers saw the similar percentage at the beginning of the period. However, in the end of the period, the percentage of French-language teachers rose slightly and English-language teachers fell dramatically.
At the beginning of the period, French-language teachers and English language teachers had a similar recruitment at around 70%, and also both of them decreased significantly to 55% in the next year. While, the figures of recruiting English teachers were a rapid decline to 40% and the number of recruiting French teachers were a grew rapidly to 66% in 2003.
During a three-year period, French and English recruited teachers at a stable rate. In addition, the figures of recruiting English teachers dropped sharply from 2006 to 2007 whereas there was a large growth in French hired teachers which peaked at approximately 75 at the end of period.