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October is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and, specifically on October 24th, many organizations across Ontario will be promoting the understanding that “[e]very child and youth has a right to safety and well-being”. For Registered Early Childhood Educators (RECEs), that means ensuring you understand your legal obligations surrounding your duty to

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Social media is changing the way Registered Early Childhood Educators communicate in both their personal and professional lives. The Practice Note on Using Social Media looks at the risks and benefits for RECEs in using social media. What are some of the professional benefits to using social media? Social media

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The Discipline Committee hears matters regarding allegations of professional misconduct and/or incompetence. When it makes a finding of guilt, a summary of its decision and reasons must be published in the College’s newsletter, Connexions, as well as on the College website and CanLii. Sarah Louise Cameron DISCIPLINE COMMITTEE ORDER Suspended

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The Discipline Committee hears matters regarding allegations of professional misconduct and/or incompetence. When it makes a finding of guilt, a summary of its decision and reasons must be published in the College’s newsletter, Connexions, as well as on the College website and CanLii. Virginia Wai-Yee Me DISCIPLINE COMMITTEE ORDER Suspended

Council Meeting Highlights
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The Council of the College of Early Childhood Educators meets four times per year to oversee the activities of the College in regulating the profession in the public interest. Council met on June 18-19, 2019. Highlights of the meeting are below. Three-Year Strategic Plan Council reviewed the College’s progress towards