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TORONTO/GTA, ON
2011 – 12


SHERRY L. ABBOTT

MARISSA AGUECI

MARY ANN ANDERSON

LAURA ARTIBELLO

ESTHER BENAIM

DR. AGATHA BIS

DIANA BISHOP

SUSAN CHARTIER

SUSAN COWEN

ELLI DAVIS

JANET DIBERNARDO
MARY ANN DIBERNARDO


MARILYN FIELD

JOETTE FIELDING
MARY ANN SCHIRALLI


DR. MARNIE E. FISHER
DR. ELENA POULOS


GAIL FRIELANDER

JO-ANN JAMES

KAREN JUDD

METTE KEATING

ANNE-MARIE KEE

GLORIA MACDONALD

DR. VERA MADISON

JULIA MOORE

KATHY M. MUNRO

MARTHA PERRY

MARTI PHILP

CHRISTINE STEIGER

LAURA STEIN

JODY STEINHAUER

JOYCE USHER-MESIANO

MICHELLE WALKER

MAXINE WARSH

SARAH WILEY
Anne-Marie Kee | Canadian Accredited Independent Schools (CAIS), St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada
CANADIAN ACCREDITED INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS (CAIS)

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ANNE-MARIE KEE



"CAIS is committed to shaping the future of education."

          "Education is changing," declares Anne-Marie Kee. As Executive Director of Canadian Accredited Independent Schools (CAIS), Anne-Marie is at the forefront of that evolution.
          With 93 member schools and growing, CAIS broadens its influence in promoting Canada's top schools, both domestically and internationally. :We are committed to always raising the standards," asserts Anne-Marie. "And right now, there's an opportunity for schools to rethink the system."
          Embracing that philosophy, CAIS aims to cultivate excellence in learning and developing new leaders. By working together and considering successful national and international strategies, the organization takes a consistently progressive approach. Whether incorporating new technologies, reimagining day-to-day classroom life and the value of a boarding school program, or introducing exciting initiatives, CAIS is never complacent.
          "If we want to continue to be a leader in the global economy, our Canadian educational system has to learn how to teach risk taking, creativity and independence," Anne-Marie concludes. "The new model really has to be different. Kids have to be creating things and pursuing their passions."