Keeping Students at the Center of the Common Core Classroom
Recommendations for Using the CCSS Productively.
Reading the Past, Writing the Future—A Film One Hundred Years in the Making
The Centennial film is just one way NCTE members are participating in celebrating our history—learn more on the Centennial webpage at www.ncte.org/centennial. Images on the cover are still frames from the film Reading the Past, Writing the Future, co-produced by John Golden and Laura Lull.
Literacies of Disciplines: An NCTE Policy Research Brief
A Policy Research Brief produced by the National Council of Teachers of English
Available for free download from the NCTE Store at https://secure.ncte.org/store.
Writing and Working for Change: Writing and Working for Change: Recognizing the Collective Work of Teachers within and across Diverse Identities
The Writing and Working for Change Committee: Samantha Blackmon, Cristina Kirklighter, and Steve Parks
Get a sneak peek at special convention events from members of the Writing and Working for Change Committee.
Defending the Right to Read: A Modern Tale
In the 21st century, censorship in the English classroom rears its head in some familiar and some unexpected ways.
A Conversation with US Secretary of Education Arne Duncan
The US Secretary of Education was interviewed this summer by NCTE Members Jeff Williams, Sarah Tanner-Anderson, and Alaiyo Kiasi-Barnes, accompanied by Barbara Cambridge, Director of NCTE's Washington office.
President's Commentary: Public and School Libraries in Decline: When We Need Them
Yvonne Siu-Runyan, NCTE President
NCTE Members Elect Officers, Committee Members
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