Toronto District School Board
Toronto District School Board
Icon - Find Your School  Find Your School|New to Canada|Policies|Media
About Us|Staff|Employment|Leadership|Contact Us
Close Window X

Google Translate Limitations Disclaimer

The electronic translation service on the Toronto District School Board website is hosted by Google Translate, a third party service. The TDSB does not guarantee or warrant the reliability, accuracy or completeness of any translated information.

The quality of the translation will vary in some of the languages offered by Google. Google Translate is a free service and currently offers translation in over 100 languages, but does not capture all languages or dialects.

The basic translation goal is to capture the general intention of the original English material. Before you act on translated information, we encourage you to confirm any facts that are important to you or may affect any decisions you make.

The Toronto District School Board is committed to equity and community engagement, and by providing this tool, we are making our information more accessible to families whose first language is not English.

Google Translate Frequently Asked Questions

Addressing Discrimination and Other Inequities

The Toronto District School Board is committed to creating a school system and workplace that is free from discrimination and harassment. All students, staff, parents, caregivers, and community partners should be able to move through our school system knowing that their rights will be protected.

Students experiencing discrimination need for adults/staff to address discrimination and create learning environments where they are respected. This guide was developed to support TDSB staff when dealing with incidents of discrimination and harassment in our schools and workplaces.

We are committed to promoting student well-being, academic success, and recognize that it can’t be achieved unless we fulfill our moral and legal obligations to create equitable, safe, respectful, and inclusive spaces for all students, parents, and staff. The success of our system depends on it.

Taking Action

When a staff member thinks a discriminatory action may have taken place, they are to:

  • Stop and Interupt
  • Name
  • Support
  • Report and Document
  • Ensure Accountability
  • Examine and Restore

Learn more about the expected practices for understanding, addressing and preventing discrimination in the TDSB. 




Our Mission
To enable all students to reach high levels of achievement and well-being
and to acquire the knowledge, skills
and values they need to become responsible, contributing members of
a democratic and sustainable society.
© 2014 Toronto District School Board  |  Terms of Use  |  Privacy   |  CASL