The rate of recruiting teachers in Ontario from 2001 to 2007 is displayed in the bar chart, and is measured in percentage. Overall, it can be seen that both English and French-language teachers were at almost the same point in the beginning of the period, but both categories experienced a contradiction in the next two years.
In 2001, the percentage of both categories stood at roughly 70% in the recruiting teachers. In the next year, they fell rapidly to approximately 58% (French-language) and around 54% (English-language). Afterwards, the trend of both categories had a contradictive change.
The figure of French-language teachers experienced a dramatic rise of around 78% in 2003. In contrast, English-language teachers still dropped dramatically to 40% in the same year. The following two years, both categories witnessed the same increase by about 4%. Finally, from 2005 to the last period, the percentage of teaching English-language jumped down again to nearly 27%, but another category experienced a fluctuation by reaching a peak at 75%.
The rate of recruiting teachers in Ontario from 2001 to 2007