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The Council of Educators of Toronto (CET) is a unique 15 member network comprised of representatives from the City’s English and French-language colleges (6), universities (4), school boards (4) and the United Way Toronto & York Region.

The CET promotes access to post-secondary education (PSE) on four levels:

  • Providing information to individuals seeking to enroll into a college, university or apprenticeship program, and requiring guidance and support;
  • Supporting a community of practice among CET members and service providers through partnerships, the sharing of best practices, networking opportunities and a range of tools and resources;
  • Conducting studies related to access to PSE in order to contribute to the body of knowledge in this sector; and
  • Helping inform the policy decision-making process by engaging policy makers and community leaders.

The vision of the CET is to enhance access to post-secondary for underserved youth in priority neighbourhoods and other areas in Toronto where needs exist. We aim to support students to navigate both traditional and non-traditional pathways to post-secondary education.

Mandate

Following Rick Miner's report, "GTA Post-Secondary Access Initiatives: Pointing the Way to Success" Access to Post-Secondary Education in the GTA, the current mandate of the CET is to develop and implement a collaborative and coordinated approach among educational institutions to enable easier and better student-program matches in the access and outreach programs they offer.

As such, the CET intends to facilitate greater knowledge and clarity about what access and outreach programs currently exist and increase opportunities for collaboration among them to achieve greater impact.

The Council's work will focus on:

  • Conducting a system analysis of access and outreach programming to identify gaps in the system
  • Building capacity for collaboration and cooperation among our community of practice through coordinated communications, events and a redesigned and interactive website that serves as a hub of information for all access and outreach programming in Toronto.

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