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Introducing the National Center for Literacy Education
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Keith Gilyard shares some of the challenges and rewards of planning the NCTE Centennial Convention.
The Need for Teacher Communities: An Interview with Linda Darling-Hammond
Teaching is definitely a team sport, says Linda Darling-Hammond.
Communities of Practice: An NCTE Policy Research Brief
This NCTE policy research brief explains why educational policies that support instruction and organizational conditions are essential to help foster the creation of communities of practice that foster student learning.
The 23rd National African American Read-In
In an Age of Instant Communication, Poetry Invites People to Slow Down
In an Age of Instant Communication, Poet Billy Collins believes one of the key values of poetry is inviting people to slow down.
Q & A with CCCC’s Chris Anson
Chris Anson provides a sneak peek at events planned for the 2012 CCCC Convention.
President's Commentary: My Journey as a Writer – A Dozen Rewrites Later: Insights to Share with Students
Reader’s Commentary: Responding to a Changed Educational Landscape
NCTE Member Spotlight: Ray Lawson
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