The MAACCE Board will have two open positions for 2018-19 Executive Council. The Election will be conducted at the Annual Meeting held during the Conference. President-Elect (three-year term) Treasurer (two-year term) Candidates must have served on the MAACCE Board or a MAACCE committee. Please contact MAACCE President Brad Dorris with your nominations: firstname.lastname@example.orgContinue Reading... Comments Off on Call for Board Members
We are accepting donations of gently used items, gift cards, or new items for the MAACCE Silent Auction. You may bring your items the day of the conference. The auction serves as a fundraiser to pay for scholarships for staff to attend the conference. MAACCE bid sheet– Silent Auction Bid Sheet. Please feel free to fill […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Silent Auction- MAACCE Conference
MAACCE “Mardi Gras” Laissez les Bon Temps Rouler! (Let the Good Times Roll) The MAACCE board would like to invite you to participate in our 2018 MAACCE conference. This conference includes professionals from adult education and literacy, after school programs, community education and higher education. June 11-13, 2018 Tan-Tar-A Resort Osage Beach, Missouri Cost $260 GET […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Let the Good Times Roll- 2018 MAACCE Conference
Teachers, Administrators, and Friends of Adult Ed: Send an Email Supporting Adult Education On February 9, President trump signed a Continuing Resolution that includes significant increases in Non-defense Discretionary spending and offers the opportunity to increase funding for Adult Education, among other programs. Now, each Appropriations Committee must decide how to allocate its new funds. […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Educated & Elevate Adult Education!
INVEST IN ADULT EDUCATION Given the tremendous harm that a cut of this size would cause to adult education programs and students across the country, NCSDAE (National Council of State Directors of Adult Education) and COABE (Coalition on Adult Basic Education) are launching a national advocacy campaign to ensure that members of Congress do not […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Educated & Elevate Adult Education!