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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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A Message from the President The College will celebrate its 10th anniversary in 2019. As a member of Council since its inception, I have witnessed the tremendous advances the College has made in defining our profession and ensuring the public is protected. I took on the role of Council President

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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

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Notice of Council Meeting

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Date/time of meeting:      January 9,  2019: 09:00 AM – 5:00 PM January 10, 2019: 09:00 AM – 12:00 PM ​Location of meeting:         Council Chambers, College of Early Childhood Educators 438 University Avenue, Suite 1900, Toronto ON  M5G 2K8 ​Details:       Agenda This schedule is subject to change without notice.                         Public seating

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​​The College of Early Childhood Educators welcomes proposed amendments to the Early Childhood Educators Act, 2007 that will strengthen its ability to protect children in Ontario from sexual abuse. The proposed amendments, introduced today as Bill 48, Safe and Supportive Classrooms Act, 2018, would mean that all acts of sexual abuse, not