Good Governance Guide

Good Governance:

Guide for Trustees, School Boards, Directors of Education & Communities

As a member of a school board you take your place in a history that started in 1816 when school trustees became the first democratically elected representatives in Ontario. Taking up the office of school board trustee is a call, not only to carry on the tradition of local decision-making, but to model ethical and courageous leadership that values every member of the board community and reaches for equity of outcomes for our students. It’s an opportunity to drive the ongoing positive improvements that contribute to one of the strongest education systems in the world.