Last Call for Washington Week
We’re getting close to kick off for AACTE’s Washington Week, June 6 – 8! Join us in the nation’s capital for the first, in-person Washington Week since 2019.
We are excited to share our lineup of exemplary speakers, including DoE Deputy Secretary Cindy Marten. They will cover critical topics in education and teacher preparation, including censorship, teacher shortage, and educator diversity. View the full schedule here.
This year’s format allows you to customize your experience, whether you are a state affiliate leader, Holmes scholar, dean, chair, faculty member, or student. Holmes Scholar and Ph.D. candidate from Ohio University, Shauna Torrington, previously attended Washington Week because the training helped her discover her voice and ask difficult questions. She shares, “I have been better able to articulate my views to support my stance on any subject.” Read our interview with Torrington.
Learn more about what’s new and different in this video, then plan to join us for AACTE’s premier advocacy event — at an even lower rate than 2019.
Don’t miss out on this year’s reimagined event! Register now for AACTE’s Washington Week at the Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel.
Visit aacte.org for event details, follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram using #AACTEWW22!
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