About IACTE

INDIANA ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES FOR TEACHER EDUCATION

IACTE is a professional organization of colleges and universities with undergraduate and/or graduate programs to prepare professional educators and is a state organization of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE). It is made up of university administrators and faculty, and actively seeks input from a variety of constituent groups.

Association membership is at the institutional level. Colleges and Universities which show progress toward state-level program approval may qualify to be a Candidate Member in accord with the IACTE Constitution.

IACTE serves its members in three major areas:

  1. Advocates for public policy - the association works in close collaboration with the Indiana Professional Standards Board and the Indiana Department of Education and has served as a major player in shaping policy within the state.
  2. Professional Initiatives - in association with AACTE, the state association works to expand the knowledge base about teaching and teacher education through meetings and technology.
  3. Peer support - the association encourages and supports members in accomplishing the agenda of the educational community. It holds 4-5 meetings annually, supports the Outstanding Future Educator Award and the Outstanding Teacher Educator Award.

For more information about IACTE, contact:

Jill D. Shedd, IACTE Executive Secretary
201 North Rose Avenue, Suite 1020
Bloomington, IN 47405
Phone: (812) 856-8013
Fax: (812) 856-8518
E-Mail:
jshedd@indiana.edu