CEE offers numerous grants and awards for travel, research, and publications. All CEE awards are presented at the NCTE Convention each year. Please follow the links below for detailed information on each award, criteria, and submission deadlines.
This grant for first-time NCTE Annual Conference presenters offers up to two $500 awards who are members of groups historically underrepresented in NCTE and CEE. Eligible NCTE members must indicate their desire to be considered for the Cultural Diversity Grant on their NCTE Conference Proposal Form and submit an application for the 2014 grants by Sunday, May 18, 2014. Please click here for additional information.
The James N. Britton Award for Inquiry within the English Language Arts encourages English Language Arts teacher development by promoting classroom-based research in which teachers at any level (preschool through university) raise questions about teaching and learning in their own teaching/learning settings. Nominations can be made by the author of the study or by any English Language Arts educator. The Britton Award is presented in odd-numbered years; the next award will be made in 2015. Please click here for additional information.
The Janet Emig Award for Exemplary Scholarship in English Education recognizes an exceptional article for excellence in scholarship and educational leadership published in the CEE journal English Education within the previous calendar year. Please click here for additional information.
The Richard Meade Award for Research in English Language Arts Education recognizes published research-based work that promotes English Language Arts teacher development at any educational level and in any scope and setting. Nominations for this award can be made by any English Language Arts educator or by self-nomination. The Meade Award is presented in even-numbered years beginning in 2014. Please click here for additional information.
The James Moffett Memorial Award for Teacher Research is a grant (usually $1000) offered by CEE, in conjunction with the National Writing Project, to support teacher research projects that further the spirit and scholarship of James Moffett. Please click here for additional information.
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