Writing Outside of School: An NCTE Policy Research Brief
The James R. Squires Office of Policy Research
Research shows that extracurricular or out-of-school writing draws on and adds strength to youngsters’ social, cultural, and linguistic resources.
Get Ready for the National Day on Writing
It's almost October--Do you know where your submission for the National Gallery is?
Digital Community Portfolio Project Prepares for Day on Writing
For a little more than two years, David Jolliffe, English professor at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, has been working with the small community of Augusta to improve literacy. This community project will now be sending literacy artifacts to the National Gallery of Writing.
Writing Stories That End in Freedom
An interview with author and social activist Lorene Cary
Meet the 2008 Recipients of the NCTE Early Career Teacher of Color Award of Distinction
Lovelyn Marquez Prueher and Zanetta Robinson
Comments from the 2008 Recipients of the NCTE Early Career Teacher of Color Award of Distinction, Lovelyn Marquez Prueher and Zanetta Robinson
Supporting Literacy: Teachers Apply Research Findings in the Classroom
New Book by Rebecca Bowers Sipe Inaugurates NCTE's Principles in Practice Imprint
Interview with Tracy Kidder
Kidder says he writes "to catch the reflection of a human being on the page."
Readers Commentary: "It's all 'bout tryin' to make ev'ryone sames"
Vivian Vasquez and Mariana Souto-Manning
The new Early Childhood Education Assembly will continue the conversation on young children and learning
President's Commentary: The Sounds of Silence
Kylene Beers writes that we all need to be heard, and that "it is in being heard that we come to feel part of a community."
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