MS ACTE 2020 Moves Online July 22-23

May 8, 2020
Contact: Brock Turnipseed

2020 MS ACTE Conference Website

With the uncertainty around the COVID-19 outbreak, the 2020 MS ACTE conference will be held online July 22-23.

The two-day online conference will include morning and afternoon sessions broken out by pathway or career cluster; a keynote session with Brooks Harper, one of the nation’s premier speakers on college- and career-readiness and soft skills; and MS ACTE online business, affiliate and district meetings.

Plans are being made to hold a one-day face-to-face conference in the fall in a central part of the state. More details will be shared as they become available.

With the restructuring of MS ACTE, the restructuring of conference fees, CEUs and SEMIs is being explored. The revised structure will be announced once finalized.

Conference registration is currently suspended until this revised fee structure is in place.

Updated information on MS ACTE can be found at

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