Indiana Association of Colleges for Teacher Education

Indiana IACTE

Advocating for Education, Stimulating Improvement, Preparing Teachers

2014-2015 IACTE Meeting and Dues Notice

IACTE Colleagues –

Here we go!  It should be a great new school year, and to complement your campus activities, the IACTE Executive Committee has planned informative meetings for the year.  Please mark your calendars now.

September 26                   Ball State Alumni Center

November 21                    Anderson University/I-69 Flagship Location

January 30                       University of Indianapolis

March 27                          Indiana State <Cancelled>

April 10                            Ritz Charles/Banquet

To support the work of the Association this year, which includes representing and advocating for teacher education with the State Board of Education, Indiana Department of Education and State Legislature, the Executive Committee has agreed to continue the annual dues structure introduced last year; a structure based on the number of traditional AND alternative program completers, AND an institution’s membership in AACTE.  Please note the dues schedule below:

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Superintendent Ritz - Request for Your Feedback

IACTE Colleagues –

Superintendent Ritz is interested in receiving feedback from IACTE members to the questions below re: professional development offerings, follow-up with graduates in their first years of teaching, and administrator preparation programs.  We would ask that each institution provide ONLY ONE response.  PLEASE take advantage of the opportunity to provide information from your institution. 

Your e-mail responses should be forwarded to Scott Bogan,  Responses by the end of March would be appreciated very much.

Thank you!


IACTE Executive Secretary

==================   Questions   ===================

Name of Institution:

Question #1:

Do you offer “badges” or “certificates” in special areas (e.g., classroom management; project based instruction, etc.) that teachers can earn to qualify for additional compensation?  These are not areas that would appear on a teaching license, but would be part of the teacher’s professional portfolio/resume?  If not, are you considering it?

Question #2:

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