Indiana Association of Colleges for Teacher Education

Indiana IACTE

Advocating for Education, Stimulating Improvement, Preparing Teachers


IACTE Meeting (11/20) - "DIRECTIONS"

IACTE Colleagues –

We will have a great, informative meeting on Friday at the Anderson University Flagship Center.  It will be wonderful to see so many of you there.

Please note the following link for directions to the meeting site --  It is NOT on the campus of Anderson University, but off of I-69, Exit 22 (Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd.).  The address for GPS users is below:

The Anderson University Flagship Event Center
2705 Enterprise Drive
Anderson, Indiana 46013

Drive safely!




IACTE Executive Secretary

IACTE Meeting - November 20th

IACTE Colleagues –

We have an exciting and most informative meeting scheduled for you on Friday November 20th.  The focus of the first session will be CAEP and Creating a Culture of Evidence, with the morning spent in conversation with Dr. Margie Crutchfield of CAEP.  In the afternoon, we will have apanel discussion on “The Recruitment and Retention of Teachers.” The panel includes several important voices and perspectives, including two state legislators.  We hope to see all of you at this meeting that will be at the Anderson University Professional Development Center; details follow.  Please advise me of your plans to attend no later than Monday, November 16th.

What : IACTE Meeting – Focus on CAEP

When : Friday, November 20th  9:00 – 3:00

Where : Anderson University Professional Development Center, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, immediately off of I-69, Exit 22

Cost :$15.00 – cash or check made out to “IACTE”, payable the day of the meeting

Forum on Minority Teacher Recruitment and Retention (10am-12pm on 11/14)

IACTE Colleagues –

In collaboration with the Indianapolis Alliance of Black School Educators (IABSE), IACTE will be a part of this Fall Forum addressingRecruitment and Retention of Teachers of Color.


Indianapolis Alliance of Black School Educators (IABSE)

Fall Forum

Recruitment and Retention of Teachers of Color:

Increasing and Retaining African American and Latino/Latina University Students in the Education/Teaching Pipeline

We invite students of color and faculty members from Indiana Schools of Education to join us at Marian University, Saturday, November 14, 2015 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. in the  Ruth Lilly Student Center (RLSC) Community Room, 3200 Cold Spring Road, Indianapolis, IN 46222. Other students are also welcome to join us to add to the discussion. 

During the session we plan to:

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