Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Teachers to gather for symposium

 Catholic Educators' Conference to bring educators together
The 34th Catholic Educators' Conference, Feb. 14-15 at the Vancouver Convention Centre, will help expand teachers' understanding of the Church, according to religious education consultant Michel Gloanec. (Photo: designpics.com)
Thirteen hundred teachers are expected to attend the 34th annual Catholic Educators' Conference Feb. 14-15. The two-day event will bring superintendents and principals from five B.C. dioceses to the Vancouver Convention Centre.

"Certainly there's a cast of hundreds. I greatly believe in sharing responsibility," explained Sandra Marshall, associate superintendent of the Catholic Independent Schools of the Vancouver Archdiocese.

She's gone to the CEC over the past 20 years as a teacher and as a principal; this year she will be the conference chairwoman.

"We have prayers, Masses, an on-site chapel, and a choir," she commented.
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