Celebrated throughout the month of February, an African American Read-In can be as simple as bringing together friends to share a book, or as elaborate as arranging public readings and media presentations that feature professional African American writers.
Learn more about the Read-In and our new toolkit with book lists, badges, bookmarks, graphics, articles, and other resources.
Tell us about your event so we can update our listing of local events.
Stella by Starlight by Sharon M. Draper (Atheneum Books for Young Readers) has been named the winner of the 2016 Charlotte Huck Award for Outstanding Fiction for Children.
Drowned City: Hurricane Katrina & New Orleans by Don Brown (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Books for Young Readers) has been named the winner of the 2016 Orbis Pictus Award for Outstanding Nonfiction for Children.
The Elementary journal Language Arts is now available in a digital edition! All articles are still available in PDF form, in addition to the podcasts by some of the issue's authors and lesson plan connections from ReadWriteThink. Check out LA!
Not yet a subscriber to Language Arts?
Add it to your NCTE membership today! NCTE members enjoy online access to ALL journals published more than two years ago.
Make a long-term impact on the environment by receiving Language Arts-Green today!
Want to write for Language Arts? Check out the latest call for manuscripts!
Like Language Arts on Facebook!
The Policy Analysis Initiative is a network of NCTE volunteers who track state policy developments impacting English language arts, English studies, literacy, and the humanities. See what is happening in your state!
, Literacy & NCTE Blog
What Does It Mean to Advocate for Literacy?
#nctechat archive with hosts Ernest Morrell & Darren Cambridge
Join us for Literacy Education Advocacy Day on Thursday, February 25.
The Early Childhood Education Assembly (ECEA) supports teachers of young children with a strong emphasis on promoting thoughtful practices that enhance the teaching and learning of young children within and across diverse communities.
The Children's Literature Assembly (CLA) provides a forum, undertakes programs and projects of special concern to people interested in children's literature, promotes the field of children's literature, and serves as a clearinghouse for information on children's literature.