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On November 5, 1911, "Dear Fellow-Teacher" letters were sent to more than 400 persons across the United States inviting them to help organize a National Council of Teachers of English. Nearly 70 educators attended that first meeting December 1-2.

Check out the timeline below for information on NCTE events through the years, as well as information on world events that occured during the same time!

 

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