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Benefits of Membership

National, Regional, and State Experience

Members come from over 650 colleges, 500 major school systems, and the majority of state departments of education.

History of Advocacy  in Teacher Education

As a state branch of the Association of Teacher Education, AATE members can draw on the experience and influence of ATE. ATE was established in 1920 and is the only national, individual membership organization devoted solely to the improvement of teacher education.

 

Opportunities for Growth

Connecting with educators from Alabama's public and private universities and colleges and P-12 schools can lead to new ideas shared and implemented in teacher education.

 

Quality of Teacher Education

Improving teacher education can be achieved through the

collaboration and cooperation between practitioners at all levels of education.

 

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About our Members

Members of AATE are welcomed from a wide variety of backgrounds and represent a broad spectrum of interests:

  • Public School Administrator

  • Public School Teacher

  • College Administrator

  • College Faculty Member

  • State Agency

  • Students (graduate and under-graduate)


 

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