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2016 Annual Convention Proposal Call

NCTE Annual ConventionFaces of Advocacy
Atlanta, Georgia - November 17-20, 2016

What does the word “advocacy” evoke for you? What have been your experiences in these areas of advocacy? How can NCTE help you further these goals and ambitions? How can we create a movement around these areas and become part of the national conversation about our profession? What is the difference between being an advocate and advocacy? This is what we want to hear about at the 2016 Annual Convention.

Deadline for all submissions: 11:59 p.m. PST, January 13, 2016

2015 Annual Convention

Debra GoodmanTed KeslerWatch the interview with Elementary Section Chair Ted Kesler and WLU President Debra Goodman as they talk about teaching and learning at the 2015 NCTE Convention in Minneapolis. 


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