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Registration Open for April Quality Support Workshop in Texas

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Registration is now open for AACTE’s first Quality Support Workshop, to be held April 24-26 in Fort Worth, Texas. Bring your team for 2 days of hands-on, expert-facilitated learning and planning around performance assessment, continuous improvement, and quality assurance.

The event is the first in a new series of regional workshops announced last month, offered through the AACTE Quality Support Center. A core component of AACTE’s mission is to support institutions’ continuous improvement efforts. With learning outcomes focused on topics of national or local interest, these workshops will provide accessible, targeted support for teams of faculty and staff.

Each workshop will consist of interactive sessions for program teams in a professional learning community. Facilitators will guide teams toward solutions based on best practices and local needs related to assessment data, accreditation requirements, and program improvement. Choose the location and date that is most convenient for your group!

In addition to the April workshop in Texas, AACTE will offer two other regional Quality Support Workshops in 2017:

  • Midwest: Minneapolis, Minnesota – August 10-12
  • West: Seattle, Washington – November 9-11

Visit our Quality Support Workshops web page for more information and to register for the April workshop; registration for the other events will open soon. Discounts are available for teams from the same institution.

If you have any questions or are interested in facilitating a session, please contact Michelle Kotek at MKotek@aacte.org.


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Linda McKee

Sr. Director for Performance Measurement and Assessment Policy

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