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Preschool Arshiya Bijlani, ECA, Toddler Val Thirauram, ECA, Sr .preschool Megan Rausch, RECE, Preschool Samantha Hudson, RECE, Sr. Martin Spencer, London Denisa Argyo, supply ECE, Toronto Deborah Charmley, RECE, AECEO.
We believe that these will have two negative outcomes: first, they will erode the quality of care that is so important for young children.While we are pleased with the proposal to increase the number of Registered Early Childhood Educators, research suggests that an increase in trained staff is not a trade-off for decent ratios and group sizes.Additionally, the already-stretched, underpaid, 97% female child care workforce cannot continue to pick up the slack for massive gaps in public financing.We recognize that there are good reasons to make changes in early childhood education and care (ECEC) in Ontario.But we believe that these must be based on the best available evidence about what is of most benefit to children and families; we argue that these proposed changes are not.Preschool Stephanie Pittman, ECA, Toddler room Shauna Smith, ECA, Infant room Rebecca Chissolm, ECA, Toddler room Stephanie Watson, RECE, Preschool Leighanna Berger, ECA, Infant Room Robin Barrs, RECE, Toddler Megan Rausch RECE Burlington Mariuxi Gutierrez, RECE, Etobicoke Ashley Wesierski, RECE Tracy Petersen, RECE Lauren Price, parent Marina De Vriendt, parent Tracy Spence, RECE, Supervisor Jennifer Hunter, RECE, Executive Director Sarah Luchkanyn, RECE, Supervisor Kimberly Boissoneault, Supervisor Angela Garcia, RECE Assistant Rose Des Rochers Andrea Cook Mac Dearmid, RECE/Assistant Supervisor, Etobicoke Karen Griffith, RECE Andrew & Amy Kiggundu, Niagara Mei Burgin, Parent Borjana Bjelanovic, RECE, Parent Rachel Da Silva, ECE Student Eric Mackey, RECE, Toronto Dawn Mc Goldrick, Mother Janneth Alcocer, RECE Tina Do Kyung Lee, Mother and Ph D Candidate, Toronto Cassidy Taylor, R. Clement, HBA (Psy.) Dan Watson, parent Lisa Rundle, parent Martina Ross, RECE Carol Schwartz, parent Bev Veerman Candice De Weerd, RECE, Kitchener Mary Mitches RECE, BA Corinne Love, parent, Hamilton Steven Campbell, RECE, Assistant Supervisor Dennielle Lacroix, RECE Eugema Ings RECE, AECEO.
C, Murillo Samantha Derry, RECE Rob Zimmer RECE, Toronto Jessica A Radford, RECE, Assistant Director, Toronto Pam Hartford Thuy Vu, ECA, ECE Student Nana Tang, RECE Heather Robson, parent, Toronto Valerie Ellis, RECE Shelly Mc Donald, RECE, Toddler Room in Orangeville Cindy King, RECE Wendy Turner, RECE Simone Haughton, RECE Leslie Solonik, RECE, Cambridge Jessica Jordan, parent & OCT Teacher Alex Wade, parent & lawyer Sandra Hopkins, RECE Stacy Randell, RECE Lisa Phyllis Jolene Palacios Ortega, RN and parent Nadine Blum Sara Sirtonski, RECE, OCT, Peterborough Mrs.
C, Toronto Nancy Tamas, RECE Leah Walker, Parent, London Gail Tummon RECE, Toronto Nora Brameld, RECE, Pickering Marcela Butlin, Director, London Lisa Mathieu, Supervisor, Toronto Katie Jeffries, OCT and parent Alexandra Pilli, ECE Student Cathy Brown, RECE Shani Halfon, RECE Cynthia Sanderson Laura Little, RECE, Supervisor, Niagara Falls Terri Watt, RECE and Director, Burlington Wyonna Shingleton, ECE student, Guelph Cynthia Williamson, Ajax Kelly Bomans, RECE, AECEO. Supervisor Anouska Dias Carrie-Lynne Glason, RECE Erin Lachance RECE Ruwani Fuller, Concerned Citizen and former Early Childhood Education Assistant, Grimsby Dorie Heffron, RECE, Director Mellisa Gan, RECE Jacquie Maund, Toronto parent Melanie Urquhart, Mother, ECE, BASc, CAS Worker Donovan Wilton, Music Director Lynn Salisbury, RECE Amy Williams, Educator and Parent Nicki Mc Ilree, RECE, Supervisor Saumya Valookaran Rae-lynn Bertrand RECE Heather Clayton Melissa Korosi-Pereira Center Director/RECE Mary Lou Lamont, RECE, BAA, MT Cathy Steffler, RECE Katherine Johnston, RECE Jennifer Roberts, R. Ann Klassen, Parent, ECE, Kingsville, Ontario Beckie Kellett, RECE, Parent Leah Leon, parent Brian and Sandra Donkervoort, Grandparents, London Melissa Gemmell, RECE, Smiths Falls Colleen Ball, parent Scott Bradley Nicole A.
Dowling, Parent Jodie Pappas, Parent Cindy Desnoyers, RECE Stephanie Brescacin, R-ECE Theresa Sara, RECE, Interim Program Supervisor Anuradha Jain, RECE Stephanie Kirschner Mattern, RECE Rebecca Zamon, parent Melissa Crawford, RECE, Walkerton Katherine Wilcock Lisa Irving RECE Kim Yakimovich, RECE Joel Landy, Parent Fiona Wielhouwer, Supervisor, Burlington Krista Ritchie, RECE Jennifer Braden, RECE, Kitchener Bonnie De Kuyper, RECE Lisa Mariuz, RECE, Windsor Celiegh Melo Kesavy Nadesaperuman, RECE Karen Wong, RECE, Toronto Maria Iankova, RECE, Toronto Cecilia Kim, Parent Rosa Richardson RECE, Essex Jennifer Castein & Colin Castein, Parents, London Viktoriya Terechshenko, ECE Student, Parent Amanda Mailloux, parent Jenna Davies Amanda Sousa, RECE and parent of 3 Danielle Vander Kolk, RECE, Manager, Grimsby Lunel Barrera, RECE, Toronto Krystina Mc Vey, RECE Brenna Gelder, RECE, Ottawa Evelyn Canam, Parent, Ajax Ciara Whelan Angela Jongsma RECE Gina Erasmo, ECA, Ottawa Laura Van Harmelen, parent and social worker, Toronto Zsofia Orosz, parent of 3, Ottawa Eva May RECE AECEO.
Instead we recommend that the government develop a well-considered road map that begins with a clear vision, goals/objectives, targets and timetables, with regulatory changes as one part of this plan.
This would have a better chance for successful policy change. Edukids Child Care Centres Rural Roots Children's Centre, Thunder Bay Huron Park Montessori, Mississauga Grace Church Day Care Centre, Newmarket Teddy Bear Day Care, Garson Tiago Child Care Centre Parkwood Children's Daycare Centre Cathedral Children’s Centre Whitney Child Centre Newpark Children's Centre Boulton Avenue Child Care Centre Rainbow Garden learning Centre Daycare Connection Downtown Montessori Bradford Progress Child Care Centres Ignace Nursery School Garderie Bernadette Child Care Centre Global Child Care Services, Ottawa Queensway West Montessori School Omni Learning Centre Garside Day Care Inc.
Second, the changes will have a negative impact on accessibility, making much-needed spaces, particularly for infants, even less financially and practically viable than now.