The Ontario Reggio Association intends to provide a forum for all sectors involved with young children, from child care, preschool, public and private schools to postsecondary institutions, from teachers to administrators to legislators and policy makers.
Meet our Board MembersBoard members have been nominated and elected, representing a wide cross section of educators, from early childhood to elementary and post-secondary education, and a broad geographic spectrum of Ontario. Board members will serve a 2 – 3 year term.
The Ontario Reggio Association exists as a non-profit organization to support the ongoing collaboration of Reggio-inspired individuals, schools, institutions and organizations. The association is a professional learning community/community of learners that seeks to include individuals whose interests span early childhood, preschool, elementary, secondary, university and post-graduate domains. The primary function of the association is to support an ongoing dialogue with the experiences of the Infant and Toddler Centres and Preschools of Reggio Emilia, Italy and Reggio Children. Through its words and actions, the association strives to live as a community of collaboration and mutual support.