NCTE Members Are the Best, Most Knowledgeable People to Speak Out about NCTE's Positions and How Those Positions Look in Practice!
Your ability to clearly explain why students should read “tough” literature or why high stakes tests aren’t the answer to leaving no child behind articulates NCTE’s mission for members of the greater education world and for the public.
You bring NCTE policies and positions to life when you share your knowledge and experience as an educator with the public.
Changing the conversation about literacy education so we can change education policy is our goal.
2012 Literacy Education Advocacy Month
2012 Literacy Education Advocacy Day
Make plans now to join NCTE on April 19, 2012, for Literacy Education Advocacy Day in Washington, DC!
Urge your congressional representatives to support literacy education when NCTE issues an action alert.
Read how NCTE is taking action to to influence policy and how you can be a part of NCTE's literacy education advocacy work.
Tips for Speaking with Legislators, the Media, and the Public