ACTA is holding its 2021 annual general meeting on Thursday 15 April, 7pm.
ACTA is the national coordinating body for all associations of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) across Australia. Membership of ACTA comes automatically through membership of one of its constituent associations.
All members of TESOL associations are welcome to attend the AGM.
ACTA is made up of councillors from each state and territory association. Councillors need to be nominated by state and territory TESOL associations. Only TESOL association councillors or their designated proxies are entitled to vote at the AGM.
- to represent and support the interests of teachers of English to speakers of other languages and dialects and their students
- to ensure access to appropriate English language instruction for speakers of other languages and dialects
- to encourage implementation and delivery of quality professional programs at all levels
- to promote study, research and development of TESOL at local, regional, national and international levels.
NOTE: Individual members of state /territory or other associations are not members of ACTA directly but may be elected or appointed as Councillors representing their association. Individual members of member associations may observe, put motions or comment at ACTA meetings, but only Councillors may vote.