The Georgia Association of Teacher Educators is the State Affiliate of ATE
and in the Southeastern Region SRATE

To become a member, click here: GATE Membership Information

Welcome to GATE!

The Georgia Association of Teacher Educators (GATE) is a state organization and serves as an affiliate of the national Association of Teacher Educators (ATE). ATE is the only national, individual membership educational association which is solely committed to the improvement of teacher education. ATE works diligently to improve education nationally, as GATE does in the state of Georgia. GATE is dedicated to the improvement of teacher education with members that include educators from Georgia's public and private universities and colleges and P-12 schools. Members of GATE come from a variety of backgrounds and represent a broad spectrum of interests. GATE members share a common belief that the quality of teacher education can be improved best through the cooperative efforts of all concerned.


Read the spring 2021 letter from the GATE President at this link:

A letter from GATE’s President to the Membership


Join GATE's FREE Online, Interactive Webinar Wednesday April 14th

Disrupting Bias: Examining Microaggressions in K-12 Education

Students in the K-12 education system increasingly encounter situations in which words and behaviors may inadvertently insult or invalidate their lived experience and ultimately impact academic achievement. Sue (2010) posits that dismissiveness, invisibility, and subjugation of historically marginalized groups is pervasive and creates uncomfortable, unsafe, and sometimes violent realities in education. Use of participant experiences in this webinar will illustrate the prevalence of microaggressions in K-12 and offer microactivism as a conduit for achieving social justice. Through presentation, discussion, and interactive exercises, participants will gain a deeper understanding of microaggressions and its impact on interpersonal interactions across various identities. Additionally, participants will explore methods to disrupt personal biases and respond to microaggressions.

Both GATE and non-GATE members are welcome to attend this free virtual event.

Disrupting Bias: Examining Microaggressions in K-12 Education

When:  Wednesday, April 14, 2021 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. ET

Moderators:  Drs. Natasha Ramsay-Jordan and Andrea Smith, University of West Georgia College of Education

How: Secure your spot and register using this link:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/disrupting-bias-examining-microaggressions-in-k-12-education-tickets-138542669855 

Seats are limited!

For more information and to read about the panelists, please click here to view the event flyer:

Disrupting bias GATE webinar April 14 2021 at 6 pm

A link to join the event will be made available to the registered participants closer to event. 


The Fall 2020 issue of GATEways is available!

To read the current or back issues of GATE's journal GATEways to Teacher Education, click here:

Journal Issues

For information about submitting a manuscript for review, click here:

Gateways call for manuscripts

Save the date - the GATE 2021 Conference will take place IN PERSON on October 14-15!

To submit a proposal to present or keep up with the latest conference news, click here: 2021 Conference

To renew or join, click here: Membership

We hope to see you in October 2021!

Who will you nominate for a GATE Award?

Nominations are due by June 15 each year. For information about each individual award as you consider nominees, click here:

GATE Annual Awards

Have you joined our group on Facebook?

To access the GATE Facebook page, click here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/gaate.org/