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Check out the latest news and driver education resources from ADTSEA, your source for the latest research and happenings for driver education instructors nationwide.

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Driver's Ed Teacher Helps Disabled Woman Drive for First Time on 64th Birthday!

DRIVER'S EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR NEEDED- PART TIME

FOR SALE: DriveSquare Virtual Reality Driving Simulator

2022 ADTSEA Elections - Watch your email for link to vote!

National Student Safety Program (NSSP) Awards

2021 Kaywood Award Recipient Nina Jo Saint, Ph.D.

2021 ADTSEA Teacher Excellence Award Recipients: Joell Kerr, Karren Meyer and Robert Suggs

2021 Summer Chronicle

AAMVA's Updated What to Do and Expect When Pulled Over by Police

Vermont Highway Safety Alliance, Inc Request for Proposal (RFP)

ADTSEA eNewsletters

2021 Winter Chronicle

COVID-19 Publications

State Health Departments Links

Professional Development Recordings Available on the ANSTSE website

Kaywood Award

Teacher Excellence Award Winners

ANSTSE Virtual Training Tutorial for Driver Education

Distance and eLearning Options 3-27-2020

ADTSEA Memo on use of ADTSEA and AAA Curricula 3-26-2020

Most Americas Won’t Ask for Help if Their Car Breaks Down, But Drivers Would Stop to Help Others

Michelin Announces #PennyForAFreeRide Scholarship Winner!

Welcome New ADTSEA Corporate Member Sure Grip and the Tarsus System!

Be Crash Free - New Driver Program

Travelers Institute Releases Resources and Videos on Distracted Driving

Highlights from the 63rd ADTSEA Conference "Training Today for a Safer Tomorrow"

ADTSEA Award to Michelle Atwell, NHTSA

IIHS in the Classroom

FMCSA Launches New Public Service Announcements

2020 ADTSEA Nominees Biographies

COVID-19 Publications

Click Here to see the January 2021 update to the COVID-19 Tips for ADTSEA Driver Educators 

As a result of the 2020 COVID-19 outbreak, business will not be business as usual within the foreseeable future. Driver education, naturally, brings individuals into close proximity in the training process.

Administering and delivering driver education courses will not be the same as before. While we must endeavor today to reduce the risk of spreading the virus, we must also be vigilant in the future to reduce the possibility of additional waves. Practices established today can help to manage and minimize the risks of COVID-19 or similar outbreaks. If you choose to conduct driver education courses, ADTSEA offers the following tips.