AACTE in the Headlines: Innovation in Teacher Preparation
During the month of November, AACTE made headlines that highlighted innovation in teacher preparation programs, strategies for addressing the teacher shortage, ways to diversify the teaching profession, and censorship in schools.
AACTE has been cited in media outlets ranging from K-12 Dive to the Star-Telegram and Forbes on issues that include teacher apprenticeships, teacher preparation programs and engagement in education.
AACTE President and CEO Lynn M. Gangone is quoted in the Star-Telegram, discussing ways in which educator preparation programs have integrated technology into the curricula. Read more in the article, “Virtual learning left teachers scrambling. How are teacher prep programs catching up?”
AACTE President and CEO Lynn M. Gangone spoke with K-12 Dive on successful strategies for addressing the teacher shortage and contributed to the article, “Staffed Up: 7 tips to keep in mind when forming a registered teacher apprenticeship.”
Data from AACTE research is cited in the article “How Bowie State University is Diversifying the Teaching Profession” in Forbes.
The AACTE report on censorship, The State of Education Censorship in Institutions of Higher Ed and Implications for the Field, is referenced in the K-12 Dive article “Organizations denounce politicization of family engagement in schools.”
Read more AACTE news coverage by visiting the In the News webpage.