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Advocate for the Future of Education at AACTE’s 2021 Annual Meeting

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Join colleagues in tackling the current challenges impacting educator preparation and advocate for the future of education at AACTE’s virtual 2021 Annual Meeting, February 24-26. Education leaders from across the country will convene to address the national teacher shortage and how to effectively recruit and retain educators of color through topics featured in the conference Strand III: Establishing a Sustainable and Diverse Profession. Content from this strand includes these concurrent sessions:

  • Enhancing Partnerships with University Departments to Increase Teacher Numbers
  • Planting Seeds of Hope through a University-High School Pre-Educator Partnership Program
  • Strategies for Prioritizing the Social and Emotional Health of New Teachers: Tools for Administrators and Preparation Programs
  • Recruiting, Retaining, and Supporting Teachers of Color through Alternative Pathways to Licensure
  • Creating a Collaborative and Sustainable Teacher Induction Program: A University and Multi-District Partnership
  • A Pipeline of Promise: Leveraging Culture, Assessment and Data to Bridge the Teacher of Color Pipeline
  • Cultivating Culturally Responsive Teaching Contexts

Secure your spot at the AACTE 2021 Annual Meeting and get involved in Resisting Hate, Restoring Hope: Engaging in Courageous Action this February. Register now for the AACTE 2021 Annual Meeting! Save when you register by the December 4 early bird deadline.

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Jerrica Thurman

Director of Marketing & Communications, AACTE