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IACTE 2017-2018 Ballot: DUE MONDAY, APRIL 3

IACTE Colleagues -

 

It is that time of year, to identify your leadership for the coming year.  The ballot this year is to select three representatives to the Executive Committee; one will serve for one-year only, and the other two will serve for two years.  We ask that each institution votes for THREE individuals.  The determination as to the years of their representation will be determined by the officers in discussion with those selected.

 

Ballots are due Monday, April 3rd.  The new Executive Committee members will be announced at the IACTE Business Meeting on April 7th.

 

Thank you -

 

Jill

IACTE Executive Secretary

Outstanding Future Educators - April 7th

IACTE Colleagues -

With warm weather comes dreams of spring, and with spring comes the IACTE Outstanding Future Educators Banquet!  Our very special event is Friday, April 7th at the Ritz Charles, Carmel IN.  The details are below, along with the attached registration form for the candidates to be recognized and the faculty who will be attending.

  • Event Date  :  Friday, April 7, 2017
  • Location :  Ritz Charles

12156 North Meridian Street
Carmel, IN  46032
317-846-9158
(Map -- http://ritzcharles.com/contact-us/)

Advocacy re: Federal Teacher Preparation Program Regulations

IACTE Colleagues -

 

YOU make a difference in your federal advocacy efforts!  Please see the note below from Deb Koolbeck at AACTE.  Our advocacy has made a difference in the House and now on to the Senate!  Please take a moment to send a note to our Indiana senators, Joe Donnelly and Todd Young, using the link below.  It takes just minutes!

 

Your Advocacy Is Paying Off – But Don’t Stop Now!

By Deborah Koolbeck, Director, Government Relations, AACTE

 

Thank you for your continued energy and efforts in advocating for the profession on the federal teacher preparation program regulations. With both Congress and the Executive Branch now under Republican control, there is a chance to have these regulations rescinded via the Congressional Review Act (CRA). In fact, this process has already begun (see the recording of this week’s Federal Update webinar for details).

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