Unlock Big Savings: Register Early for AACTE’s 2024 Annual Meeting
The 2024 AACTE Annual Meeting is not just an event; it’s a grand gathering of like-minded individuals, and a platform for learning, networking, and sharing unique perspectives in teacher preparation. Early registration for the Annual Meeting can be a money-saving strategy that offers multiple benefits, from budgetary savings to securing your spot.
With early bird registration closing on November 1, you have just over a week to lock in savings. Join us February 16-18 at the Gaylord Rockies in Aurora/Denver, CO, in Propelling the Profession into the Future. The AACTE 2024 Annual Meeting theme aligns with the association’s vision and mission to revolutionize education for all learners by elevating education and educator preparation through research, professional practice, advocacy, and collaboration. Check out the preconference activities, and take a further look at some of the Featured Sessions for 2024:
Features Sessions (formerly Deeper Dive sessions)
Diversifying the Teaching Profession: Strategies for Success
The Public Education Business Coalition (PEBC) is a Colorado-based organization with national reach. PEBC strives to create schools and systems worthy of our children. Forged in Denver in 1983, the PEBC represents a convergence of stakeholders keen to uplift learning opportunities for each and every student. Today, PEBC catalyzes high-quality instruction with teachers, leaders, and districts nationwide through excellent lines of work in teacher preparation, professional learning, education policy, and diversity, equity, and inclusion. This session will focus on local and national strategies to diversify the teaching profession.
Elevating Groundbreaking and Impactful Research in Educator Preparation
Join the editors of the Journal of Teacher Education (JTE) for a transformative dialogue with the authors of the JTE Article of the Year Award. The JTE Article of the Year reflects exemplary research in educator preparation and cutting-edge scholarship that advances the field.
From Hiring to Tenure: Solutions to Diversify the Ranks of Higher Education Faculty and Leaders
Despite increased racial and ethnic diversity of U.S. college enrollees and calls for greater DEI, the lack of faculty of color in higher education, particularly colleges and schools of education continues to persist. Faculty diversity plays an important role in college completion. This session will examine the challenges and opportunities to diversify the ranks of academia and elevate successful initiatives to attract and retain faculty and leaders of color.
Don’t miss your opportunity to take advantage of these savings. Learn more and register by November 1.