The line chart illustrates the percentage of teacher's recruitment based on the year of graduation from 2001 to 2007 in Ontario. Overall, it can be seen that the recruitment of French-language teacher increased dramatically after a fall in early period, whereas the English-language teacher's recruitment decreased significantly over the period.
To begin, the percentages for both different languages teacher's recruitments were almost similar in the beginning period in which their percentages were 70 percent and three in four respectively in 2001. Then, the next two years presented a fluctuation for French-language teacher admission, while In the same period, another language tutor's admission experienced a considerable decrease. It went down to two-fifths. Interestingly, a fairly equal trend has been witnessed by French and English-language teacher admissions since 2003 until 2005.
From 2005 to 2007, the proportion of graduates recruited for teaching French language inclined slowly to approximately three fourth. This proportion was also the highest level during the timeframe. By contrast, the proportion of English teacher's recruitment reached a low of nearly a third in 2007.