The graph provides information about the level of graduates from 2001 to 2007 who are recruited as regular educators of English and French subjects in Ontario at the same year once graduated and is measured in percentage. Overall, it is evident that the percentages of first-year English teachers decreased significantly over the time frame, while the French-language tutors' rate increased considerably.
To begin, the level of French-language teachers, graduates 2001 stood at 70% in the starting period, likewise, the teachers of English subject was recruited by approximately 3% compared with the French tutor at the same year. However, both of categories fell sharply in the following year at just under 60%. Interestingly, in 2003 experienced a significant improvement of French-language teacher's acceptance, while the employment's rate of educators in French lesson plunged to 40%.
During the period of 2003 to 2005, the percentage of both categories simultaneously grew. However, until the end of the period, while the recruitment rate of English lesson's tutors jumped sharply at fewer than 30%, there was a considerable improvement in the level of French-language educators at approximately 73%, although there was a gradual drop in the previous year.