Members are elected to the NCTE Executive Committee each spring, for terms ranging from two to four years. The job of the executive committee is to:
- establish priorities and direction for the Council,
- make policy,
- provide administrative oversight, and
- model leadership practices that are consistent with our mission and values.
Field Notes Video from Emily Kirkpatrick, NCTE Executive Director
November 10, 2016 -- On behalf of everyone at the Council, it's an honor to be here today and I want you to know that we see you, we value you, and we care about you. What we're unveiling today is a demonstration of these facts. More.
As described in the NCTE Constitution and By-laws, the Executive Committee shares public policy-making responsibility with the NCTE Board of Directors (BOD), a group consisting of affiliate leaders, journal editors, committee chairs, and conference leaders from NCTE's many constituencies. The NCTE BOD meets at the NCTE Annual Convention.
Annual Reports is a central document of record for NCTE activities for the year and includes written reports submitted by officers, editors, and leaders of NCTE's many active subgroups.