Changes could be on the way for school boards across Ontario after a Toronto teen drowned in Algonquin Park.

The Ministry of Education will be reviewing outdoor education policies in all school boards, and making sure they’re being followed.

This comes after 15-year-old Jeremiah Perry drowned in Big Trout Lake in Algonquin Park on July 4th while on a school trip. The Toronto District School Board has announced Perry was one of 15 students to go on the trip despite not having passed a mandatory swim test.

The Ministry of Education also says it will increase funding to life-saving swimming programs.