BPC Education Division Chair installed as GAICTE president
Dr. David W. Moffett
Brewton-Parker College’s Education Division Chair, Dr. David W. Moffett, was installed as President of the Georgia Association of Independent Colleges of Teacher Education (GAICTE) Oct. 8 at the annual Georgia Association of Teacher Educators (GATE) annual meeting in Atlanta. Dr. Moffett will serve as President for a two-year term.
Dr. R. T. Melton, BPC provost, regards this prestigious position as one that will benefit both the GAICTE and Brewton-Parker.
“Dr. Moffett will give excellent leadership to GAICTE,” said Dr. Melton. “His knowledge of issues confronting teacher education and the role of independent colleges in responding to those issues makes him an excellent choice for this position. It is indeed an honor for Brewton-Parker to have him serve in this capacity.
Dr. Moffett previously served as president-elect from 2008-2010.
GAICTE is comprised of the 22 independent Georgia colleges and universities with Teacher Education programs.
“The association is active politically in ensuring the independent colleges have a voice in decisions regarding the future of teacher education in Georgia, and as President of GAICTE, I will work closely with the Georgia Professional Standards Commission (PSC) to ensure quality and integrity in the teacher education programs,” said Dr. Moffett. “It is indeed an honor for Brewton-Parker College to possess the President of the independent colleges association and a privilege for me to serve and represent Georgia’s independent colleges and universities.
“In addition to serving as President of GAICTE, I am also the Treasurer of the Georgia Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (GACTE), which is comprised of the 51 public and private colleges and universities across Georgia with teacher education programs,” added Dr. Moffett.
Dr. Moffett also serves as chair of the Professional Development Committee of GACTE.
Brewton-Parker College is the only accredited, four-year Christian college in South Georgia.