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Teacher Education Program Director Resources

Welcome, directors of AMS-affiliated teacher education programs (TEPs). If you are looking for the latest information on teacher education, this is an excellent place to start.

These pages will be updated regularly with the most current TEP applications and forms. Here, you will also find information about Teacher Education Section annual meetings, including minutes and task force updates.

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TES & TEAC

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    Calendar & Directories

    Forgot when the next TEAC meeting is taking place? Can’t find the contact information for a fellow TEP director? The resources on this page can help get you back on track.

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      TES Annual Meetings & Task Force Reports

      The work of the Teacher Educators Section (TES) is performed throughout the year by standing committees and task forces. If you’d like to learn more about work that is currently being done by the TES, work that has been done in the past, or specifics about a TES annual meeting, you’ll find that information here.

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        AMS Handbook for TEP Affiliation & Application Forms

        The “AMS Handbook for Teacher Education Program Affiliation” is the reference for teacher education programs seeking information about AMS standards and requirements for affiliation. The handbook covers AMS initial affiliation, renewal of affiliation, and substantive changes.

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          Teacher Education Program Forms

          Find links to the most up-to-date forms for registration and recommendation for credentialing of adult learners, and for mandatory annual reporting.

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          TEP Fees & Board Actions

          Program directors: If you have questions about program fees or are interested in learning about TEP-relevant action taken by the AMS Board of Directors, look no further.

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