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48 Professionally Speaking | September 2016 E mpowering young people to learn and grow is valuable work that many educators view as a calling. So long after completing their last day in the classroom, many teachers continue to be passionate about the profession. That enduring passion is why a number of retired teachers choose to maintain their membership in the Ontario College of Teachers. It's how they follow regulatory trends, stay connected to their peers and support a profession from which they have gained so much. Here, four retired Ontario teachers share their personal insights on what it means to remain an OCT in retirement. Four retired OCTs explain why they choose to stay members of the Ontario College of Teachers BY Sharon aSchaiek Cnecti Professi Keeping yr to the

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