TORONTO, July 12 /CNW/ - The professional magazine for Ontario's public school principals and vice-principals, The Register, is proud to have won a prestigious "Tabbie Award" from Trade, Association and Business Publications International (TABPI).
The Tabbies is an annual, international editorial and design competition for magazines catering to trades, associations and businesses. This year, close to 500 entries from around the globe were submitted for consideration. The Register proudly received the Honorable Mention award for:
Feature Design for "Constructive Thinking,"
Vol. 11 No. 2, Summer 2009.
"As an organization, we are extremely honoured to be recognized for this achievement, along side our fellow nominees," said Vicki Shannon, President of the Ontario Principals' Council. "We are always striving to produce a high quality publication that provides thought provoking articles and resources for principals and vice-principals across the province."
TABPI endeavours to bring together editors of English-language publications worldwide and encourages design and editorial excellence through the Tabbie Awards. More information and a complete listing of Tabbie winners may be found at www.tabpi.org.
The Register is published quarterly by the Ontario Principals' Council, a voluntary professional association representing over 5,000 principals and vice-principals in Ontario's public elementary and secondary schools. Established in 1998, the OPC advocates on behalf of public education and provides professional supports to its Members. The OPC is proud to be hosting the 10th International Confederation of Principals (ICP) World Convention in Toronto, Canada, in August 2011.
SOURCE Ontario Principals' Council
For further information: For further information: Laura Hyde, Ontario Principals' Council, (416) 322-6600