Students at the Center of Learning
New Orleans writing program offers a "transformative learning experience."
Writing after the Storm -- Thoughts from 2008 CCCC Presenter Deborah Alvarez
Deborah Alvarez, a presenter in the CCCC session "Basic Writing after the Storm," shares details on a summer writing seminar she offered for teachers following Hurricane Katrina.
Stories of Us: Students and Film Director Collaborate
Anti-Bullying Film Project Captivates Students -- and Gives a Glimpse of 21st Century Literacies in the Classroom
Advocacy for the 21st Century: Where Are You?
Consider adding your presence and voice to NCTE Advocacy work. Help us show legislators that we are the people and the group in the know when it comes to advice about our profession!
Writing Now: an NCTE Policy Research Brief
James R. Squire Office of Policy Research
This research brief describes research-based approaches to writing and writing instruction that aim to prepare fluent and flexible writers for current and future writing demands.
Jimmy Santiago Baca: Poetry as Lifesaver
Poet Jimmy Santiago Baca says, "Language gave me a way to keep the chaos of prison at bay and prevented it from devouring me. It was a resource that allowed me to confront and understand my past."
Sharon Washington Takes Helm of NWP
A Conversation with the new Executive Director for the National Writing Project
President's Commentary: Planning for a Future Very Different from Our Own
Kathleen Blake Yancey
Reader's Commentary: It's Not about the Technology
Carla Beard says the Web and its tools have transformed how both she and her students approach education. She offers some insights to help us all upgrade our skillsets.
Centennial Celebration: NCTE Turns 100
Leila Christenbury, Chair, Task Force on Council History and 2011
Read about the projects planned to help NCTE mark 100 years of leadership in literacy education.
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