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How NCTE Takes Positions on Literacy Education Issues

NCTE's position statements and guidelines on literacy education issues are developed
  • by members (through resolutions voted on during the Annual Business Meeting),
  • by the NCTE Executive Committee (on topics often suggested by Council members), and
  • by NCTE's constituent groups

and have been used to influence policy at local and federal levels.

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Posted By: Anonymous User on 3/27/2012 1:42:48 PM

I would look forward to assisting you with this important work should I be appointed to the Washington Teacher Ambassador Fellowship next year. As a long time active NCTE member and current state president, I hope you would assist me in achieving this goal in any way each of you can. Thanks! Kathy Nelson, Wisconsin

Posted By: Anonymous User on 1/11/2011 11:41:31 AM

As a second year Policy Advocate, this was very helpful in understanding both the process by which the platform is created and the context for my work as an advocate. I very much appreciate the role of consensus in the decision-making process throughout, until the final vote occurs.

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