The National Council of Teachers of English, with more than 35,000 members and subscribers worldwide, is dedicated to improving the teaching and learning of English and the language arts at all levels of education.
For more than 100 years NCTE has been the home for teachers in all areas of literacy education at all grade levels.
In 2011 NCTE and the Ball Foundation introduced the National Center for Literacy Education to celebrate the work of successful school teams across the country who are achieving remarkable results in advancing literacy learning. In April 2013 NCLE released findings of a national survey on professional learning, Remodeling Literacy Learning: Making Room for What Works.
See these special resource pages on key issues in literacy education today.
NCTE President Sandy Hayes Updates Members on Literacy Education Programs, Shares Her Dream for Students
CEE Chair Louann Reid Responds to NCTQ Report on Teacher Education Programs
Machine Scoring Fails the Test statement and videos from NCTE
Doug Hesse, University of Denver, Elected NCTE Vice President
NCTE President Sandy Hayes Says a Moratorium on High Stakes Tests Is the Right Response to Common Core Implementation
Add these upcoming NCTE events to your calendar!
Banned Books Week Twitter chat (#nctechat), September 22, 2013, 8 pm ET
National Day on Writing Twitter chat ( #nctechat), October 20, 2013, 8 pm ET
National Day on Writing Tweet Out (#write2connect), October 21, 2013
"(Re)Inventing the Future of English" NCTE Annual Convention, November 20-24, 2013, Boston, Massachusetts
"Open | Source(s), Access, Futures," CCCC Annual Convention, March 19–22, 2014, Indianapolis, Indiana
to interviews with NCTE members and leaders from Education Talk Radio and Higher Education Talk Radio.
Banned Books Week: NCTE on Censorship (September 10, 2013) ReLeah Cossett Lent and Teri Lesesne