Stay Informed With Member-Exclusive Federal Update Webinars
With the U.S. Congress and the Trump Administration continuing to work in June and July, we also continue to monitor their activity, including the funding of key programs for educator preparation. If you joined us for Day on the Hill earlier this month, you got a sense of what’s unfolding and how you can engage. If you missed Day on the Hill, don’t worry – we’ve got you covered with Federal Update webinars to let you know where your advocacy can make an impact.
Registration is now open for the next few Federal Update webinars, available exclusively to AACTE members. Take a moment to mark your calendar and sign up online so you can stay informed and engaged! We will offer these updates twice each in June, July, and September (but like the Congress, we’ll take August off).
As I mentioned at Day on the Hill, these webinars are a great way to engage students and colleagues as well as yourself – try projecting the presentation in a classroom and inviting a group! We will discuss what is happening in Washington, advocacy actions in which you and your students can engage, and any questions you might have.
AACTE’s Federal Update webinars are offered on two consecutive days of the month at different times to accommodate various time zones and teaching schedules (but it’s never easy for our members in Hawaii, Guam, and beyond). If you still miss one, you can always go the federal page of the AACTE Advocacy Center and catch up with the archives as your schedule permits.
Register via the links below:
August 2017 – No Federal Update Webinars (Congressional Recess)