CCCC Position Statements are statements on an educational issue approved by the Conference on College Composition and Communication Exeucutive Committee. Please click on any of the titles below to view the full statement.
A Policy on Disability in CCCC (November 2006)
CCCC Statement on Ebonics (May 1998)
Principles and Practices in Electronic Portfolios (November 2007)
CCCC Guidelines for the Ethical Conduct of Research in Composition Studies (November 2003)
CCCC Ethical Conduct of Research Involving Human Participants: A Bibliography (November 2003)
Guidelines for the Ethical Treatment of Students and Student Writing in Composition Studies (November 2000)
CCCC Statement on the Multiple Uses of Writing (November 2007)
CCCC National Language Policy (March 1988, updated 1992)
CCCC Position Statement on the Preparation and Professional Development of Teachers of Writing (1982)
Statement of Principles and Standards for the Postsecondary Teaching of Writing (October 1989)
Statement of Professional Guidance (1987)
CCCC Promotion and Tenure Guidelines for Work with Technology (November 1998)
Scholarship in Composition: Guidelines for Faculty, Deans, and Department Chairs (1987)
CCCC Statement on Second Language Writing and Writers (January 2001)
Students' Right to Their Own Language (April 1974, reaffirmed November 2003, annotated bibliograhy added August 2006)
CCCC Position Statement on Teaching, Learning, and Assessing Writing in Digital Environments (February 2004)
Writing Assessment: A Position Statement (November 2006)
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