It’s AACTE 2023 Renewal Season

As we prepare for AACTE’s upcoming 75th anniversary in 2023, this is an early reminder that membership expires at the end of 2022. To thank you for your continued backing during this historic time, dues rates for 2023 membership will remain at 2022 levels for you, our valued and loyal members. You may renew your institution’s membership in one of the following ways:

  • Pay Online: Please visit and select My Profile – Organizations – Manage – and then the green Make Payment button.
  • Check: Make payable to “AACTE” and send to PO Box 825490, Philadelphia, PA 19182-5490. Please note the AACTE mailing address has changed.  
  • Phone: Contact 202-478-4597 or 202-478-4516 to arrange credit card payment via phone.

As a reminder, AACTE membership is institutional — all faculty, staff, and students have access to AACTE’s wealth of resources, which include the following:

  • Connect360 – Share best practices, collaborate with colleagues, and engage in ongoing conversations in this members-only, virtual platform that brings together AACTE’s community of over 15,000 individuals. 
  • Research, Reports & Briefs – Access the latest information from the field, including the recent update to our signature Colleges of Education: A National Portrait report (with a special focus on community colleges) and the National Academy of Education commissioned A Tale of Two Cities: State Evaluation Systems of Teacher Preparation Programs.
  • Racial and Social Justice Hub – Learn how AACTE, its members, and strategic partners are collaborating to advance racial and social justice initiatives around censorship, combating racism, and LGBTQ+ rights.
  • AACTE Webinars – View the latest research and advocacy updates from the field with exclusive, members-only access to our library of webinars.
  • Resource Library – Delve into AACTE’s extensive collection of research, toolkits, and other resources including:
  • Conferences & Events – Receive exclusive, members-only discounted registration rates to AACTE convenings, including signature events such as Annual MeetingLeadership Academy, and Washington Week.
  • Topical Action Groups (TAGs) – Join a group of like-minded peers that connect both virtually and in-person. TAGs are AACTE action-oriented working groups that focus on specific areas of interest in educator preparation.  
  • Advocacy Efforts – Engage with AACTE in advocacy at all levels. Receive electronic action alerts, download guides on a variety of topics, and access other resources to support efforts at home, in your state capitol, and in Washington, DC by joining AACTE’s Advocacy Center.
  • DEI Initiatives – Align with AACTE in advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion within the profession and beyond. Access our members-only tools and initiatives, such as the Holmes Program, the Toolkit for Legal Advocates, and our DEI Video Series.


Matthew Wales

Vice President, Member Services & Events