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Elevating voices

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Elevating voices
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As part of the College’s commitment to anti-racism, we recognize the importance of elevating diverse voices of leadership within the profession, and the benefits of discussion and sharing of experiences, perspectives and reflections. This space is dedicated to RECEs who identify as…

March 16 to June 7, 2021
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The Discipline Committee hears matters regarding allegations of professional misconduct and/or incompetence which have been referred by the Complaints Committee following investigation. The College is mandated to publish a summary of its disciplinary decisions and reasons when the Discipline Committee makes a finding of guilt. These disciplinary decisions are then

six new graduates
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Early childhood education is a care and relationship-based practice. To support the well-being and holistic development of children, RECEs need theoretical knowledge about child development, curriculum and pedagogy, for example, and the skills to apply that knowledge in practice. That’s why practicum placements are a key component of all post-secondary

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Identifying, confronting and disrupting racism is essential and complex. As a profession, we have work to do. This effort can take many forms, including: individual learning; building relationships and sharing experiences; developing anti-bias curriculum; or advocating for change within our sector. All of these activities can be part of a

Notice of Meeting
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Meeting date and time:            June 16,  2021: 09:00 AM – 5:00 PM June 17, 2021: 09:00 AM – 12:00 PM Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, this Council meeting will not be held in person. If you would like to view the meeting, please contact carmenp@college-ece.ca. ​Location: Virtual meeting due

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Identifying, confronting and disrupting racism is essential and complex. As a profession, we have work to do. This effort can take many forms, including: individual learning; building relationships and sharing experiences; developing curriculum; or advocating for change within our sector. All of these activities can be part of a Registered

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The Discipline Committee hears matters regarding allegations of professional misconduct and/or incompetence which have been referred by the Complaints Committee following investigation. The College is mandated to publish a summary of its disciplinary decisions and reasons when the Discipline Committee makes a finding of guilt. These disciplinary decisions are then

Elevating voices
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As part of the College’s commitment to anti-racism, we recognize the importance of elevating diverse voices of leadership within the profession, and the benefits of discussion and sharing of experiences, perspectives and reflections. This space is dedicated to RECEs who identify as Black, Indigenous or Persons of Colour. If you’re