Helpful Links _______________

In order to provide a wide array of helpful resources for our members, we've created a page of links to sites concerning topics and associations of interest.


Associations

American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE): AACTE is a national alliance of teacher preparation programs dedicated to the highest quality professional development of teachers and school leaders in order to enhance PK-12 student learning.
 
American Education Research Association (AERA): AERA is concerned with improving the education process by encouraging scholarly inquiry related to education and evaluation.
 
Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE): AASHE is an association of colleges and universities that are working to create a sustainable future.

Holmes Scholars Program: AACTE is now the official home of the Holmes Scholars® Program. This unique program provides mentorship, peer support, and rich professional development opportunities to doctoral students from underrepresented backgrounds pursuing careers in education.


Other Sites of Interest

Referral of Holmes Scholars for NAHSA Mentorship: Holmes Scholars®, Deans, or their representatives may refer current or former Holmes Scholars® for NAHSA Mentorship.
 
Diverse: Diverse Issues in Higher Education provides information and insightful commentary on the full range of issues concerning diversity in American higher education


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