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Margaret Aubé has been named the College’s new Professional Affairs
Co-ordinator. Aubé, who has been Senior Policy and Research Officer at the
College since February 1997, replaces Linda Grant, who retired at the end of
"This is a very challenging time for the teaching profession and that makes it a very interesting and challenging time for Professional Affairs. I am delighted to have this opportunity to play a leadership role in maintaining the quality of teaching in Ontario," says Aubé.
As Co-ordinator of the Professional Affairs Department, Aubé will oversee the continuing development and promotion of the standards of practice and ethical standards for the teaching profession, the accreditation of pre-service and in-service teacher education programs, and the new Professional Learning Program.
Over the past five years, Aubé has played a key role in a number of College policy initiatives such as proposed policy changes to Regulation 184/97, Teachers’ Qualifications, the development of draft policies for the Professional Learning Program and development of College bylaws and a Code of Ethics for Council members.
The new co-ordinator brings to the department her broad experience in the education system as a teacher and administrator for the Peel, Carleton, Ottawa, Scarborough and London boards of education. From 1991 to 1997, she held a number of positions in the Ministry of Education including Acting Manager, Field Services and Assistant to the Director of Teacher Certification and Information Services.
Aubé holds a Bachelor of Science from McGill University, a teacher education diploma from the College of Education in Toronto and an MEd from the University of Ottawa.
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