AACTE in the Headlines: Innovation in Teacher Preparation
AACTE made headlines in the past couple of months discussing innovation in teacher preparation programs, strategies for addressing the teacher shortage, diversifying the teaching profession and censorship in schools.
AACTE has been cited in media including Education Week, the Washington Times, K-12 Dive and EdNC.
Coverage includes the following:
AACTE Dean-in-residence Leslie Fenwick is quoted in the Education Week article, “States Are Making It Easier to Become Substitute Teachers.”
AACTE Vice President of Organizational Advancement Weadé James is quoted in the Washington Times article, “Natural education: Support grows for nature preschools after learning model blossomed amid pandemic.”
AACTE research is referenced in the Washington Times article, “Report highlights failure to solve K-12 teacher shortage.”
AACTE Senior Consultant, Research, Policy, & Advocacy Jaci King is quoted in the K-12 Dive article, “Completion higher for alternative teacher prep programs affiliated with higher ed.”
AACTE Vice President of Organizational Advancement Weadé James is quoted in the K-12 Dive article, “Momentum grows for family engagement in teacher prep.”
AACTE’s report on educator preparation trends is cited in the EdNC article, “Perspective: Pay raises now to change conversations on teaching.”
Read more AACTE news coverage by visiting the In the News webpage.
Tags: media, shortage, teacher quality