Programs & Services

AACTE addresses a range of professional issues through its programming. In addition to signature work in areas such as advocacy, events, and the Innovation Exchange, the Association operates or collaborates on several programs and services for its members.

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Scholars in Maine, New Jersey Named AACTE Research Fellows

AACTE has awarded its inaugural Research Fellowship in Educator Preparation to teams based at the University of Southern Maine and at William Paterson University of New Jersey. The 1-year fellowships commence August 1. Each of the two research teams, which include emerging as well as experienced scholars, will receive $30,000 to support projects examining critical issues in educator preparation. Factors Affecting New Teachers' Job Placement The University of Southern Maine (USM)...
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AACTE Holmes Scholars Program

Holmes Scholars logoThe AACTE Holmes Scholars® Program consists of doctoral students from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds pursuing careers in education at AACTE member institutions. Participation in the Holmes Scholars Program is open to all AACTE member institutions that have doctoral programs in education.

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edTPA

Candidates Speaking About edTPAedTPA is a preservice assessment process designed by educators to answer the essential question: "Is a new teacher ready for the job?" Learn more about edTPA from the perspective of a teacher candidate in these video interviews from practicing teachers in New York State.

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Innovation Exchange

Innovation Exchange logo The Innovation Exchange is a new AACTE initiative that supports university-based educator preparation programs in responding to the changing demands of the workforce and in preparing educators to meet the needs of PK-12 learners. The activity and programming of the Innovation Exchange are guided by the following four interdependent components: Pedagogy, Workforce Development, Capacity Building, and Documentation and Synthesizing Research.

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