Rosemary Evans was named principal of University of Toronto Schools (UTS) in February 2011. UTS was established in 1910 as a site for training secondary school teachers in Ontario.During her tenure Rosemary has re-established UTS as a school-based partner for the Master of Teaching Program at OISE and solidified the affiliation relationship with the University of Toronto. Rosemary received her B.A. in History from Western University and her M.A., B.Ed., and MBA from the University of Toronto. She served as a teacher, department head, and subject coordinator for the Peel Board of Education, and later as a vice principal in the former East York Board of Education. During her time as an instructor in the Initial Teacher Education Program at OISE (Ontario Institute for Studies in Education), Rosemary was the recipient of a Teaching Excellence Award. As Academic Head at Branksome Hall, she oversaw the implementation of the International Baccalaureate Programs from junior kindergarten to grade 12. Rosemary is the author of several history textbooks and has presented on such topics as global education, critical thinking, assessment and equity.