NCTE presents several awards honoring individuals who have written outstanding articles over the past year. Select from the links below to learn more about each award.
Richard Braddock Award
The Richard Braddock Award is presented to the author of the outstanding article on writing or the teaching of writing in the CCCC journal, College Composition and Communication.
Paul and Kate Farmer Award
This award is given annually to the authors of two articles written by teachers and published in English Journal.
Edwin M. Hopkins Award
This award recognizes outstanding English Journal articles written by someone who does not qualify for the Paul and Kate Farmer Award.
Language Arts Distinguished Article Award
This award recognizes outstanding articles published in Language Arts.
Richard Ohmann Award
This award recognizes outstanding articles published in College English.
Alan C. Purves Award
This award is presented annually to the author(s) of the Research in the Teaching of English article from the previous year's volume judged as likely to have the greatest impact on educational practice.
Mark Reynolds TETYC Best Article Award
This award is granted each year to the TETYC author whose essay manifests excellence in the following areas: content currency, style, form, value to readers, and overall impression.
Linda Rief Voices from the Middle Award
This award recognizes an outstanding publication in Voices from the Middle written or co-written by classroom teachers or literacy coaches.
Technical and Scientific Communication Awards
Accepting nominations for outstanding books and articles in technical and scientific communication in six categories.