NCATA'S 32nd ANNUAL CONFERENCE is history. . .
Here are words from the 2014 Conference Evaluator, Sadie J. Carter, Ed.D:
"The 32nd North Carolina Association of Teacher Assistants Conference was very inspiring and well planned. It provided the participants, with its “Pirate” theme, an opportunity to expand the knowledge required to perform their essential duties with greater success. Further, the activities at the conference reaffirmed why those individuals in the role chose the path to impact the lives of so many children in the state of North Carolina.
OVERALL, IT WAS WELL ORGANIZED AND GREAT WORK. GREAT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT.
Teacher Assistants are truly the “Cream of the Crop”, the cherry on the sundae, some man’s, woman’s, child’s pride. You are to be celebrated. You are the buffer. Teacher assistants are part of the head, not the tail.
The conference is your conference. A place where you come to strengthen your skills, to get encouragement for yourself and to return to your district rejuvenated better than you left."