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View of Sheraton Station Square from Monday river cruise.ATE's 2017 Summer Conference in Pittsburgh: The 2017 Summer Conference of the Association of Teacher Educators in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, at the Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square ended August 8, 2017. It was a great experience for everyone The theme selected by President Karen Embry Jenlink was Re-Imagining Educator Preparation In A Democracy: The Teacher Educator as Public Intellectual. Shown is a view of the hotel during the Monday evening river cruise. Photo by John McIntyre. Click here to go to an online slide show of photos from the Summer Conference, put together by David McCarthy.

ATE Supports KDP Letter on Teacher Recruitment: The Association of Teacher Educators joined other groups in supporting a letter on teacher recruitment developed by Kappa Delta Pi. Click here to see the "Joint Statement on Recruiting Quality Candidates Into the Teaching Profession" and a list of groups supporting this statement.

ATE Signs on To Letter Urging Preservation of Funding for Title II-A: ATE joined more than 140 state and national organizations signing a letter urging congressional appropriators to preserve federal funding that helps schools and districts improve teacher and principal quality. President Donald Trump's budget outline proposed zeroing out the program, known as Title II, Part A.
In the letter, the groups are asking lawmakers to keep funding the program at its current level of about $2.3 billion. They note that it also provides funding for professional development and class size reduction efforts.
"Title II-A is the support states need to address these challenges, enabling them to invest in evidence-based strategies such as the development of career ladders that include teacher leadership opportunities, strengthening instructional capacity for the workforce and innovative teacher and leader residency programs and in many cases, help school districts ensure that classrooms have teachers," the letter said.
Trump's proposal to eliminate the funding "would leave states in a position of being unable to implement the ESSA (Every Student Succeeds Act) and unable to effectively meet the needs of the students and the communities they serve," the groups write.
Text of the letter is here: https://secure.aacte.org/apps/rl/res_get.php?fid=3315&ref=rl.

A Delegation to Cuba to be led by ATE Past President Shirley Lefever is planned for May 14-19, 2018. Enrollment information will be available soon. Click here for a pdf of the planned itinerary.

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ATE'S PHONE NUMBER AND FAX: ATE now has new office phone and fax numbers. The office phone number is (703) 659-1708. The fax number is (703) 595-4792. ATE’s new office and shipping address is: Association of Teacher Educators, 11350 Random Hills Rd., Suite 800, PMB 6, Fairfax, VA 22030. P.O. Box for regular mail remains the same: Association of Teacher Educators, P.O. Box 793, Manassas, VA 20113.

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