(To be updated) Roles, Powers, and Election of School Board Trustees

Roles and Powers of School Board Trustees, Appointment and Dismissal of a Director of Education, and Ontario Residents' Election Powers

Summary / TLDR

  1. School board trustees are decision makers of a school board's policies, and they may change or reverse any existing policy(-ies) too.
  2. The school board trustees have direct power to appoint and/or dismiss the Director of Education of the school board.
  3. Ontario residents have voting powers to elect school board trustees, who shall act on behalf of residents, in particular, parents and students.


This post is to provide the information, and the citations might not be properly given. All the credits are attributed to the original sources. It is written to the best of the contributors' knowledge and memory, which might not be fully accurate.


This is one of a series of accompanying explanatory posts for the FREEDOM Declaration of Ontario and the FREEDOM of Ontario's Heads-up Message to Ontario Citizens and Residents, as listed in the latter's Appendix.


This post is to be updated to add specific contents



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