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Click on any of the CEE Commission names below to learn more about the work of the Commission.

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CEE accomplishes much of its work through the use of commissions.  We are always looking for new commission members with expertise, energy, and colleagiality.  If you are interested in joining a commission, email cee@ncte.org.

You are also invited to attend the CEE Commission Meetings at the NCTE Annual Convention in San Antonio on Friday, November 21 from 2:30 to 3:45 pm (Session D.50).  All of the commissions listed here will be present at the meeting and you can join them in their discussions!  Please see your NCTE convention program for the location.

  • Commission on Social Justice in Teacher Education Programs
      
  • Commission on Technology and Teacher Education
      
  • Commission on the Study and Teaching of Adolescent Literature
      
  • Commission on the Teaching of Poetry
      
  • Commission on Teacher Candidate Assessment
      
  • CEE-CEL Joint Commission on Fair and Responsible Assessment
      
  • Commission on Creating and Sustaining NCTE Student Affiliates
      
  • Commission on English Methods Teaching and Learning
      
  • Commission on Writing Teacher Education
      
  • Commission on Arts and Literacies
      

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