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QR Code for Joining FACTE Advocacy Task Force

Join the FACTE Advocacy Task Force

FACTE is looking for members who will visit their legislators. To sign up for the FACTE Advocacy Task Force, use (or click) the QR Code above.

Membership in the organization is open to a college, university, school district, or organization that has one or more Florida DOE approved educator preparation program.  To request consideration for membership please complete the form found here.  Once submitted the board will consider the request at the first board meeting following the submission. Dues are assessed annually for the period of October to September.  Entities joining at any point in that period will have dues prorated for the membership year.

Our Conference

Twice annually we meet to exchange ideas and updates impacting the preparation of high quality educators.

Our Leadership

Our leadership includes experienced and committed educators from accross the state.

Our Member's Area

Interact on projects and other activities (login required)

What Our Members Have to Say

As a personal member and an HBCU member of FACTE, we have had the opportunity to be at the forefront of learning about new educational issues, promoting policy, and finding ways to improve and promote equitable education for all. Lastly, I have been very fortunate to build a network of incredibly dedicated colleagues. Thank you FACTE!!!
Lawana Postell-Walden, M.S.Ed
Bethune-Cookman University
Membership in FACTE provides Valencia College a statewide network of colleagues and community centered on preparing Florida’s K-12 teachers, a conduit to national AACTE news, and partnership with the FL DOE.
Ellen Costello
Valencia College
FACTE has provided a great opportunity to meet and collaborate with not only my PDCP colleagues, but those as the college and university level. The ability to share ideas across different types of certification programs has been a very worthwhile benefit.
Scott D. Richman, Ed.D
Hillsborough County Public Schools