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OGLALogoThe Ontario Guidance Leadership Association (OGLA) is on the leading edge of information for Guidance Counsellors in the province. Meetings are six times throughout the school year. The format for meetings involves information and sharing as well as professional development. Please see the list of dates and meeting themes for 2016-2017 in the Upcoming Meetings section of the web site.  Members appreciate the opportunities to network with experienced Guidance professionals on relevant and sometimes controversial issues.  Handouts and meetings’ minutes are sent to all OGLA members regardless of attendance.  If you are a Guidance Leader in your board and would like to become a member please visit the Membership area of the web site for more information.

 

The Ontario Guidance Leadership Association (OGLA) will operate as an informal association with the following mandate:

  • to promote and provide a forum for:
    • the dissemination of most current policy information
    • the sharing of curriculum resources
    • professional development
    • networking, dialogue
    • information processing
    • problem solving
    • professional development
  • to create a liaison between and support for:
    • district school boards and their representation
    • the Ontario Ministry of Education
    • the Ontario School Counsellors' Association

 

OGLA Meeting Format

The format for meetings involves information and sharing as well as professional development.  Members have an opportunity to network with experienced guidance professionals on relevant and sometimes 'hot' issues.  Handouts and meetings' minutes are sent to all members regardless of attendance.

  • Meetings are held bi-monthly
  • Meeting locations rotate sites depending on the co-chairs
  • Regular reports are delivered from the Ministry of Education representative
  • Regular reports are delivered from OSCA and OCEA
  • Other guidance related organizations can attend and report at meetings
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