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Your AACTE Membership – It’s Renewal Season

The AACTE membership renewal season has officially begun! Each institution’s Chief Representative should have received an invoice via mail last month. Although the payment deadline is January 1, 2018, many of you have indicated you prefer to remit dues before your budget year ends in the summer – so we’ve made invoices available now for your convenience.

Your membership in AACTE, the nation’s largest network for educator preparation institutions, provides your faculty, staff, and students with access to valuable resources that help you achieve your program and career goals. Complimentary subscriptions, access to online resources, discounts for conferences and workshops, free continuing education opportunities, and inclusion in the membership directory are just a few of the benefits you’ve enjoyed during the past year.

By keeping your membership current, AACTE will continue to connect you with thousands of like-minded colleagues to learn, grow, and effect change. As an AACTE member, you become an active player in shaping the future of education, promote 21st-century teaching skills, advocate for public policies that benefit your work, support best practices and ethical standards in the profession, and participate in your professional community. Discover how to take advantage of all your AACTE member benefits at aacte.org/membership/benefits.

There are five easy ways to renew your membership:

  • Log in to your online Account Profile and pay by credit card
  • Phone Gloriatine Jones, AACTE membership administration and benefits manager, at 202-478-4516
  • E-mail your invoice with payment information to gjones@aacte.org
  • Fax your invoice with payment information to 202-478-6315
  • Mail your invoice and payment to AACTE, 1307 New York Avenue, NW, Suite 300, Washington, DC 20005

Stay current, connected, and effective in your profession – plan now to renew your institution’s AACTE membership before the end of the year. If you have questions about your membership or need assistance locating a copy of your invoice, contact Gloriatine Jones.

Not yet a member? Get started at http://aacte.org/membership/become-a-member.


Jerrica Thurman

Director of Marketing & Communications, AACTE

Comments (1)

  • soleste hilberg



    I recently replaced Liz Meader as Program Director of Teacher Education for UCSC.
    Is it possible to have the membership transferred or to add me to UCSC’s membership (I believe in the name of faculty George Bunch)?

    Thank you, Soleste Hilberg
    ———- Forwarded message ———-
    From: George Bunch
    Date: Tue, Sep 5, 2017 at 12:27 PM
    Subject: Fwd: Blog Highlights | September 5, 2017
    To: soleste@ucsc.edu

    Hi again, Soleste.
    You will want to subscribe to this.

    > Begin forwarded message:
    > From: Ed Prep Matters – AACTE Blog
    > Subject: Blog Highlights | September 5, 2017
    > Date: September 5, 2017 at 11:56:33 AM PDT
    > To:
    > Reply-To:
    > Can’t see this e-mail? View it online.
    > Here’s the latest news from AACTE’s blog, Ed Prep Matters:
    > U.S. Department of Education Activates Emergency Contact Center for Hurricane-Affected Areas – In order to support the communities affected by Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath, the U.S. Department of Education has activated its emergency response contact center for school districts and institutions of higher education in the Gulf Coast region. AACTE’s Zach VanHouten shares links to key online resources from the Department, such as for student loan flexibility and other administrative accommodations, which are part of the federal government’s response to the emergency situation continuing to unfold.
    > AACTE Awards Grants to 7 State Chapters – Seven state chapters of AACTE will share $50,000 in funding from the 2017 State Chapter Support Grant competition, reports AACTE’s Aaron Goldstein. Grants have been awarded to chapters in Kansas, Kentucky, Montana, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Washington State for projects related to advocacy, program quality, and chapter development.
    > Toledo’s Early Childhood Science Program Wins AASCU’s McAuliffe Award– The American Association of State Colleges and Universities has selected a professional development partnership of the University of Toledo, an AACTE member institution, to receive the organization’s 2017 Christa McAuliffe Excellence in Teacher Education Award. AACTE’s Kristin McCabe reports that the winning program, NURTURES (Networking Urban Resources with Teachers and University to enRich Early Childhood Science), is improving the science learning and readiness scores of preschool through third grade students in the Toledo area. Congratulations to UT and its partners!
    > Congress Returns – Stay Current With AACTE’s Federal Update Webinar – As classes resume at your institution, so too does the work of Congress, which returns to Washington today following its August recess. AACTE’s Zach VanHouten invites you to catch up with the latest developments in this month’s free Federal Update webinars, offered September 19 and 20 for AACTE members only. What is the funding status for FY18? What action has occurred on the reauthorization of the Higher Education Act? Join us for all the updates!
    > TEAM Model Clinical Styles Inventory: The Critical Mentor-Resident Relationship – In the last article of a three-part series about the “TEAM Model” clinical residency program at AACTE member institution Louisiana Tech University, Professor Amy Vessel describes an online inventory developed to better match mentor teachers and residents. This tool identifies participants’ clinical style by assessing their traits around personality, planning, and other areas, which administrators then use to create well-matched mentor-resident pairings.
    > September 19 & 20 – Attend a members-only AACTE Federal Update Webinar
    > October 12 – Apply for an AACTE Best Practice or Professional Achievement Award
    > October 13 – Nominate a state chapter leader for the ACSR Executive Committee election
    > October 18 – Register at Early Bird rates for AACTE’s 70th Annual Meeting
    > Keep yourself informed with Ed Prep Matters!
    > Looking to join AACTE? Learn about membership here.
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    > American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE®).
    > 1307 New York Ave., NW Suite 300, Washington, DC 20005-4701. ph 202-293-2450. fx 202-457-8095.

    George C. Bunch, PhD
    Associate Professor

    Education Department
    University of California, Santa Cruz
    1156 High St.
    Santa Cruz, CA 95064
    (831) 459-1828 (w)

    later, Soleste


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