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NOTE TIME CHANGE - July 29 - Office of Educator Licensing and Development Advisory Board Meeting

PLEASE note that the time of the OELD Advisory Board meeting has been changed for Wednesday, July 29th. The NEW time for the meeting will be 1:00 in the Riley Room of the Indiana Department of Education at 151 West Ohio Street.

To date, the agenda for the meeting has not been posted, so the IACTE Executive Committee is not planning to make any formal remarks at the meeting, though the Executive Committee will be well represented. The Executive Committee has shared with the three higher education representatives on the Advisory Board issues for additional information and clarification related to four topics, listed below, which may be on the agenda July 29th.

State Advisory Board Meeting

July 29 - Ofc of Educator Licensing and Development Advisory Board Meeting

The Office of Educator Licensing and Development (OELD) Advisory Board has been reconstituted, and its next meeting will be on Wednesday, July 29 in the Riley Room of the Indiana Department of Education at 151 West Ohio Street.  At that meeting new rules will be proposed that will affect such issues as accreditation in Indiana, teacher mentors, teacher induction, new program proposals, program reviews, Praxis I and other similar items.  

IACTE Update

Keeping Track of Changes 

The IACTE Executive Committee has been tracking the various changes within Indiana Department of Education (DOE) since our last meeting.

Members have attended the last two State Board of Education meetings to monitor developments. In addition, we have met with Marcie Brown, special assistant to the State Superintendent Bennett, offering our assistance in exploring the issues of teacher licensing, accreditation and principal licensing, all of which are being reviewed by Ms. Brown. We will be posting the handouts from the latest State Board meetings and copies of any minutes or notes made available publicly on the IACTE website [www.iacte.net] in the next few days.

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