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CEE serves those NCTE members who are engaged in the preparation, support, and continuing education of teachers of English language arts/literacy.

Review the "NCTE Standards for Initial Preparation of Teachers of Secondary English Language Arts 7-12" prepared and submitted to NCATE on April 13 by the CEE Standards Revision Writing Task Force.
This document contains standards for prospective teachers who seek to complete English language arts teacher preparation programs at the initial secondary level. These standards reflect what ELA teachers should know and be able to do in the areas of content knowledge, content pedagogy, learners and learning, and professional knowledge and skills.  Each standard and its related elements were written to progress from a theoretical/research supported knowledge base to the application of the knowledge in professional practice.    

2011 CEE Conference

Thank you to everyone who attended the CEE conference Rediscovering Praxis: Connections and Community in English Teacher Education, June 16-19, 2011 at Fordham University Rose Hill, Bronx campus, in New York City!

Please visit the conference website for resources from the conference.

Deadline to apply: October 15, 2012 for the CEE Research Initiative. See the call for proposals for the 2012-13 CEE Research Initiative for details.

Graduate Students: Join the CEE Graduate Strand today!

Read the CEE-GS Newsletter
NCTE Student Instructor Program

Teacher Educators receive FREE journals for students through the Student/Instructor Program!

Plan Now to Attend the 2012 NCTE Annual Convention!

"Dream•Connect•Unite!"  November 15-18, 2012, Las Vegas, NV.
Join us for the many exciting CEE events and sessions planned for this year!

Read An Analysis of the NCTQ/U.S. News & World Report Plan to Evaluate and Rank Teacher Education Programs in Colleges and Universities, June 2011
National Day on Writing and CEE

The U.S. Senate Resolution 565 declares October 20, 2012, as the National Day on Writing!  To celebrate this year's theme "What I Write," join NCTE, the National Writing Project, the New York Times Learning Network, and others on October 19-20 and post your compositions in all forms to Twitter #whatiwrite.

Since the National Gallery of Writing opened on October 20, 2009, more than 3,300 galleries were created and nearly 33,000 writing contributions were submitted. While the Gallery is now closed for submissions, as a searchable archive, it's a great resource for you to use when involving others in writing. You are invited to contribute to CEE’s gallery for The National Day on Writing! Visit the CEE gallery, “Becoming a Teacher of Writing: What Matters Most” in NCTE’s National Gallery of Writing website.

Resources from the Past CEE Conferences

June 2011 CEE Conference, Rediscovering Praxis: Connections and Community in English Teacher Education

June 2009 CEE Conference, Fast Forward in English Education: Policy into Practice

Reports from the 2007 CEE Leadership and Policy Summit
Click here to read the reports from the 2007 CEE Leadership & Policy Summit thematic strands. These reports should be viewed as working papers or "think pieces," intended to promote discussion rather than as official statements of CEE policy.

2005 CEE Leadership and Policy Summit: Reconstructing English Education for the 21st Century
Read and respond to the seven belief statements written by over 75 past, present, and future CEE leaders who participated in the historic 2005 Conference on English Education Leadership and Policy Summit in Atlanta.

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