The graph below shows information about the recruitment process of teachers in Ontario between 2001 and 2007.
A breakdown of percentage of first-year language teachers recruitment in Ontario over a 7-year period from 2001 to 2007 is illustrated in the line chart. Overall, there were two different trends in the recruitment of new language teaching staffs. While the percentage of French teachers recruitment increased slightly, the recruitment of English teachers was reduced significantly during the period.
Standing at 74%, recruitment English teaching staffs was higher than necessaries of French teachers, stood at seven in ten (70%), in 2001. However, 2007 showed an extremely different pattern. While French teachers recruitment increased moderately to 75%, rose by 5%, the enrollment of English instructors was decreased significantly by only a quarter (25%) over the period.
Moving to a more detailed analysis, there was a change figure both French and English teachers recruitment over a 4-year period during 2001 to 2005. While in 2002, both experienced a dramatic decrease, 52% French teachers and 58% for English, 2003 showed the recruitment of French rose quickly to 78% when the necessity of English teachers plunged continually at two-fifth percent (40%). Interestingly, a gradual rise was experienced by both over following three years before falling slowly in 2006.