Educational Institution Membership Policies and Benefits
Educational Institution Membership is available to any school district, technical and career center, curriculum center, community college or university. Dues for this category are set by the Board of Directors.
Educational Institution members are considered eligible for voting and serving as committee members or members of the Assembly of Delegates.
Membership in ACTE is available as directed in the Bylaws to Educational Institutions. These institutions are defined as any school district, technical and career center, curriculum center, community college or university. Any organization that operates for purposes other than for-profit is defined as not-for-profit and is eligible to join ACTE in this membership category.
All EIMs receive a standard baseline of benefits as approved by the Board of Directors. EIMs choose their level of membership. Dues, the type of additional benefits received and the number of additional benefits are determined by the level at which the EIM joins:
ACTE Leadership Training Program
ACTE is proud to offer you an opportunity to develop the leadership
skills of existing and potential leaders in your state association. The Leadership Development Task Force
has developed a new state leadership training program to further
develop current state and regional association leaders, while also
exposing up and coming leaders to leadership development.
ACTE National Leadership Fellowship Program
The ACTE National Leadership Fellowship Program began in 2009 as an
Opportunity Fund project initiated by the ACTE Board of Directors. As of
2011, three classes of Fellows have completed the program. In summary, the ACTE Fellowship Program is an instrument to provide professional development, policy knowledge and leadership development.
2014 ACTE Region IV Conference: Looking Back, Moving Forward
CTE and Literacy: The Common Core Institute
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