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SRATE is a regional professional organization affiliated with the Association of Teacher Educators (ATE). Its purpose is to improve teacher education, broadly conceived, in the Southeastern United States and directly or indirectly throughout the nation by its affiliation with the ATE.

All persons who are members of the ATE unit of any member states are entitled to membership in SRATE. Member states are: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia. Click the state name or the state on the map below to connect to the state’s SRATE membership organization.


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Save the date for the 65th Annual SRATE conference!
The conference will be held in Panama City, Florida on October 18-20, 2018. For details and registration information, see the Events page.



SRATE Journal co-editors: Drs. Pamela Wash and Lindsay Yearta from Winthrop University in the Richard W. Riley College of Education, Rock Hill, South Carolina

Submissions are being accepted for the SRATE Journal Volume 27(2) now through April 27, 2018.

Please see the SRATE Journal page for more information!

Call for Reviewers!

If you are interested in joining the SRATE Journal Board of Reviewers, please email your interest and a copy of your current CV to sratejournal@winthrop.edu.



SRATE States

Image map of SRATE states with links
          to state organizations. Mississippi Mississippi The Association of
            Teacher Educators in Virginia Tennessee Association of Teacher Educators North
            Carolina Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators Maryland Association of Teacher
            Educators Kentucky Association of Teacher
            Educators Georgia Association
            of Teacher Educators Florida Association of Teacher
            Educators Arkansas Association
            of Teacher Educators South
            Carolina Association of Teacher Educators Texas Louisiana Alabama