The graph reveals information about the percentage of fresh graduate educators being required to teach two foreign languages in Ontario. It shows the trend over a six-year period, from 2001 to 2007. Overall, it can be seen that English language teachers had downward trend during these times. In contrast, there was an upward trend of French language teachers.
The most significant fact to emerge this graph was the similar number of those who teach English and French in 2001, just above 70% and 70%, respectively. Over the next two years, English teachers decreased dramatically by almost 32 %. French teachers, on the other hand, went down at 52%, and up at 68 %.
Between 2003 and 2004, English and French teachers increased steadily, but French educators being hired still higher than English educators. In the last two years, English teachers dipped to 28 % while the percentage of French-language teachers suddenly decreased by 1% before it reached peak at 72%.