Join us for the 40th GATESOL Conference in our innovative hybrid format!
Attend one or more days in person and you will also have access to all virtual content.
If you can't attend in-person, register to attend virtually.
The keynotes and other main stage presentations from each in-person conference day will be live-streamed for virtual attendees, and the sessions will be recorded and posted in the WHOVA Conference App, along with all virtual breakout sessions.
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For GATESOL Member Consideration
August 13, 2020
Times have changed for GATESOL, and your GATESOL Board is proposing changes to the GATESOL Constitution and By-Laws to keep the organization in step with those changes. The proposed changes provide the organization with more flexibility, provide more flexibility regarding who can run for the office of President, and remove some antiquated language that does not reflect how the organization works today.
The changes were approved by the full Board of GATESOL for member consideration at the August 13 Board Meeting. Please click on the links below to review the proposed changes in each pdf document. The current text and proposed change is provided paragraph by paragraph.
Note the changes that you want to support, as well as any changes that you oppose so that you can complete your ballot.
a registered Georgia non-profit organization and the Georgia affiliate of TESOL International.
GATESOL was founded in 1981 to:
Encourage professional development, participation and leadership within the state of Georgia
Provide opportunities for study and research
Work cooperatively to improve all programs that seek to provide students with the opportunity to acquire English language skills and proficiency
Promote understanding of the cultures of multilingual learners of English.
2021-2022 GATESOL Board Members