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PTEAC Agendas/Minutes

The purpose of the Professional Teacher Education Advisory Committee (PTEAC) is to review, advise, provide critical feedback regarding, facilitate resource acquisition, and serve as catalyst and advocate for the teacher education programs of the Department of Education of Northern New Mexico College in order to continuously improve those programs. PTEAC members are representative of the following:

The Northern Network for Rural Education;

Preschool, elementary, and secondary education organizations (including school districts, organizations, teachers, administrators);

Professional development agencies and organizations;

Child and youth advocacy agencies and organizations;

Regional development and funding agencies;

Total PTEAC membership includes persons who are representative of a cross-section of education and community development interests of Northern New Mexico.

2004 through 2008





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