The College receives information regarding possible professional misconduct from a variety of sources. These include complaints from members …
Christine Forsyth has a perspective like no other when it comes to the College’s history. She chaired the transitional Council that set up the College over 18 months in 2007-08, and she has served for 10 years as a publicly appointed member of the College’s 24-member Council.
The College of Early Childhood Educators is pleased to notify members about the tenth Annual Meeting of Members.
Complete this short scenario exercise to improve your communication and collaboration with children and families. It takes about 15 minutes.
Darlene Edgar RECE ran for election to the first College Council 10 years ago because many people didn’t understand the role of the College and she wanted to help get the word out. A decade later, and now President, she is finishing her final term on Council.
For the first time in history, over 100 child advocates from across the country gathered on Parliament Hill on November 20 to collaborate on child care in Canada and to build connections with government officials. Council member Lori Huston RECE was invited to attend the National Child Day event.