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The 2017 Summer Conference will be July 10, 11, and 12, 2017.
The Tennessee Department of Education has approved the 2017 TAEA Conference for 13 TASL hours.
In order to receive TASL hours, you must attend the full conference.
The Tennessee Alternative Education Association or TAEA is made up of people just like you! Our association is comprised of teachers, school counselors, para-professionals, crisis workers, administrators, school resource officers, board members, and others who are interested in and committed to exemplary practice, resource sharing, research, and networking to benefit the students served in alternative and nontraditional education settings in Tennessee.
Please take a tour of our NEW and IMPROVED website to learn more about our association, membership, professional development opportunities, current research in the field, as well as public policy developments and advocacy efforts.
“Alternative education programs in Tennessee provide students with a safe and engaging environment that encourages them to follow a productive path rather than giving up entirely." - Pat Conner, Executive Director, Office of Safe and Supportive Schools,
"The Tennessee Alternative Education Association is a supportive network for educators and other professionals committed to providing a quality education for all students." -Kay Davenport, President, National Alternative Education Association