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English Journal

English Journal is NCTE's award-winning journal of ideas for English language arts teachers in junior and senior high schools and middle schools. It presents information on the teaching of writing and reading, literature, and language, and includes information on how teachers are putting the latest technologies to work in their classrooms. (Published September, November, January, March, May, and July.)

English Journal has won a 2011 Bronze EXCEL Award in the category of “Journals—General Excellence” from Association Media & Publishing (AMP), a nonprofit, professional organization serving the needs of association publishers and communications professionals.

Julie Gorlewski, Virginia Commonwealth University
David Gorlewski, Virginia Commonwealth University


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Read the latest issue . . . March 2017
Theme: “Beyond the Dream”: Black Textual Expressivities between the World and Me

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Also of interest . . .

The Paul and Kate Farmer English Journal Writing Award

The English Journal Edwin M. Hopkins Award 

Interested in serving as a reviewer of EJ articles? Write the editors at and include a copy of your vita/resume.

Upcoming Themes:

May 2017:
Textual Revolution: Reading and Writing the Word and the World

September 2017:
Mutlticutural and Multivoiced Stories for Adolescents

November 2017:
Death in the English Classroom

January 2018:
Writing Is Power: Helping Students Craft Their Wor(l)ds

March 2018:
The Essence of Improvement: Leadership in English
Language Arts Instruction

May 2018:
Embracing Enduring Tensions in English Education



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