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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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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

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You can now can renew your membership with the College online and pay by VISA or MasterCard.        If you haven’t already, you will receive a personal link to My College Account approximately two months before your renewal is due. When you receive your personal link from the College, you

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The College receives information regarding possible professional misconduct from a variety of sources. These include complaints from members of the public and reporting required from employers. Complaints or employer reports related to issues of professional misconduct or incompetence are investigated by the College.   The results of the investigation, together with

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There are over 53,000 RECEs in Ontario, who play a critical role in supporting the well-being and development of Ontario’s children. Annual membership renewal is an important process the College uses to interact with RECEs and ensure that everyone using the RECE designation is competent, ethical, and able to practise