Fall & spring forums

strategic initiatives

About US


Work with members across your state to make a difference.

The North Carolina Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators is the organization that unites teacher educators in both public and private colleges and universities, staff and faculty in state created initiatives and consortia, and the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. NCACTE is the lead advocacy group for policy issues regarding teacher preparation in North Carolina. We invite you to become engaged in our advocacy initiatives and help us move forward.




a difference



Micha Jeffries

NC State University



North Carolina Association for Colleges and Teacher Educators

Monica Lambert

Appalacian State University


executive staff

NCACTE is the leading advocacy voice for teacher preparation in North Carolina. Our goal is to unite its members around key issues, collaborate with internal and external constituents, and lead strategic actions to impact P-14 and teacher education.

The NCACTE Executive Board presented the draft changes to the constitution at the 2019 Fall Forum Business meeting on October 1. Please note that most of the changes are related to clarification of procedures and processes related to the duties of the Board and its officers. The changes were unanimously approved by the membership and can be viewed by clicking on the button below.

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We would love to have you join our work! If you are interested in serving on a working committee, please 

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NCACTE Proposed Constitutional changes

Chris Godwin

Campbell University



Olivia Fitzgerald

Executive Manager

NCACTE sponsors two major conferences each year, the Fall and Spring Teacher Education Forums. These conferences focus on relevant topics in teacher education as they relate to North Carolina and issues pertinent to our goal of ongoing advocacy.

Membership in NCACTE includes the faculty within private and public institutions and public agencies across North Carolina. Dues are paid by each member institution, and therefore, all faculty who are involved in teacher education are members.

Laura Hart


advocacy in action

Hank Weddington

Lenoir-Rhyne University

Past President