Join us as 2- and 4-year programs come together to
grow and diversify the teacher preparation pipeline.
Are you interested in preparing a diverse
pipeline of PreK–12th grade educators?
Are you interested in research-based
best practices? Do you desire to
strengthen partnerships between
2- and 4-year programs?
If you answered YES, then now is the time for
your institution to join the American Association
of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) and
the National Association of Community College
Teacher Education Programs (NACCTEP).
NACCTEP and AACTE have launched a pilot
partnership for 2018–2019 to foster collaboration
among their memberships through the common
goals of advocating for, advancing, and diversifying educator preparation programs.
Partnership dues are $1,000 from the date the
application is submitted to December 31, 2019.
Partner benefits include access for all faculty and
students within your program to advocacy alerts,
national research projects, discounted registration
for conferences and events, and more.
operations and helps prepare us for the
next unplanned emergency.
It will not happen to us, right? Do
not assume that “it” won’t happen
to you. Each of us has an incredible
responsibility to ensure the safety and
security of our faculty, staff, students
and visitors to campus. We can easily
take on the manager role and allow the
day-to-day responsibilities to consume our time and allow the reality
of campus emergencies to fade into
memory after the media stops reporting on the most recent catastrophe.
Each of us must consciously decide to
move beyond a manager and lead our
institutions in the matters that are
most significant. In this leadership
role, we should ensure our campuses
are proactive and prepared for when
John Enamait is president of Stanly Community College
in Albemarle, North Carolina.
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