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Degree Trends in High-Demand Teaching Specialties: 2009-10 to 2016-17 (2020)
How Do Education Students Pay for College? (2020)
Institutions Offering Degrees in Education: 2009-10 to 2016-17 (2020)
Education Students and Diversity: A Review of New Evidence (2019)
Special Education Tenets of Clinical Practice (2019)
Promising Practices to Recruit and Retain Male Teachers of Color Phase I: Exploring New Pathways to Recruit and Retain (2019)
Colleges of Education: A National Portrait (2018)
Clinical Practice Commission Report
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Mitigating Learning Loss: Leveraging Teacher Candidates as Assets During COVID-19
Leading and Engaging Faculty in Teacher Preparation Reform: The Role of Deans
AACTE is actively engaged in partnership and coalition with organizations in the field of education that advance our mission, vision, and values. We are proud to highlight the resources and research that we’ve developed in collaboration with our partners.
This resource was developed by EALA partners to provide an overview of strategies for preparing and developing highly qualified general and special education teachers. It shows how states and districts can invest Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funds to address the current and growing need for educators to support students with disabilities and their peers. The report shares data and research on both current challenges and recommended strategies and outlines recommended actions for states, districts, and educator preparation programs.
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This toolkit was developed for educators and local advocates in response to the attacks on critical race theory / diverse and inclusive curricula. Read More.
This Special Issues Brief from the Collaboration for Effective Educator Development, Accountability, and Reform (CEEDAR) Center in partnership with the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education summarizes the experiences in leadership of six current and former deans who have been identified as engaging in successful collaborative reform efforts within their colleges. Read More.
Districts trying to address budgets and service delivery uncertainties posed by the COVID-19 crisis may minimize priority on collaborations with local educator preparation programs (EPPs). In fact, school districts may shy away from welcoming preservice teacher candidates, avoiding what they perceive as an added burden on overtaxed teachers and overwhelmed administrators. However, Teacher candidates should be considered an asset in school buildings, and may help to alleviate potential and ongoing teacher shortages in many content areas. Read More.
In early spring of 2020, AACTE joined ISTE’s LearningKeepsGoing Coalition. AACTE staff co-chaired the Higher Education subcommittee with the AACTE Innovation and Technology Programmatic Committee leadership. The Higher Education subcommittee developed two new resources for Educator Preparation Programs and teacher candidates. The student agency infographic is a resource for educator candidates and educator preparation faculty. In addition to the infographic, educator preparation faculty and leaders can take advantage of a reference document, Educator Preparation Programs: In Times of Crisis intended to help educator preparation programs learn from the current global pandemic and prepare for future calamities that would threaten to interrupt the preparation of teachers. Read More.