Registration Renewal
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April to July is peak season for membership renewals because more than 25,000 registered early childhood educators (RECEs) renew their College membership. Below are some tips to help minimize processing delays for your membership renewal. (Don’t miss the video at the bottom!) 1. Download and save the renewal form to

Keeping your CPL portfolio cycle on track
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Engaging in ongoing professional learning forms part of the culture of early childhood education and is essential to professionalism and leadership. To help Registered Early Childhood Educators  remain current in their practice, the College implemented a framework for Continuous Professional Learning (CPL) that is self-directed and self-reflective to be flexible

2018 Election Results
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Districts 3, 4 and 8 recently elected five members to the Council of the College of Early Childhood Educators for a three-year term. As members of the 24-person Council governing the College, they will oversee policy development and make decisions related to entry to practice requirements, ethical and professional standards,

Discipline decisions
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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.   DISCIPLINE COMMITTEE ORDER Suspend Susan Eusebio’s Certificate of Registration (registration number 32557) for four months

Growing Together
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​​​​​The College of Early Childhood Educators (the College) welcomes the release of the early years and child care workforce strategy as part of the provincial government’s commitment to improving access to quality licensed child care for children and families in Ontario. Qualified and accountable professionals are key to the delivery

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The College of Early Childhood Educators (College) welcomes proposed amendments to the Early Childhood Educators Act, 2007  to enhance investigation and discipline procedures for matters related to sexual abuse and incapacity. If passed, the changes will equip the College to better protect the public and support appropria​te resolution of issues relating to

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The College of Early Childhood Educators (College) supports the provincial government’s commitment to improve access to quality licensed child care for children and families in Ontario. We are pleased to see that both reports commissioned by the government, Workforce Study for Early Years and Child Care Employees and Affordable For All: Making Licensed