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Literacy Education Advocacy

Advocacy Day & Month - Previous Revision

Join NCTE in Celebrating Literacy Education Advocacy Month
during March and April

Share the stories from your classroom and your expertise as a literacy educator during Literacy Education Advocacy Month!  See our list of ideas for speaking out -- most items will take you 5-10 minutes, but there are also ideas that will take a little more or a little less time.

 

NCTE's 2012 Literacy Education Advocacy Day Is Thursday, April 19

Make plans now to join members of NCTE, including members of the Council's Executive Committee, on Capitol Hill on Thursday, April 19, 2012, for Literacy Education Advocacy Day.  Register now!

In addition to learning the latest about literacy education issues at the federal level, you'll have the opportunity to meet with legislators and their staff members and to share your personal stories and experiences from your classroom with them.

Information about the 2012 Advocacy Day will be posted as soon as it becomes available.
(Curious, but want to learn more? Read about our previous events and
learn more about visiting legislators in DC.)

 

But I Don't Know Anything about Advocacy!

View the recording of "Finding Our Voice -- Speaking Out to Build Support for Our Work," an online session with Steven Zemelman and Harry Ross, and our "Advocacy for Everyday Teachers" online session where Susan Houser, Clarissa West-White, Shelbie Witte, and Millie Davis tells us how easy it is to advocate for literacy education!  Make sure to check your computer by following all three steps before clicking on the session.

 

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