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News from NCTE

2014 Outstanding Nonfiction for Children Award Announced by NCTE  (January 24, 2014

Teachers, Authors, and Researchers Receive Awards from the NCTE  (November 15, 2013)

Author Judy Blume Honored with Two Literary Awards; Will Accept Awards in Boston during NCTE Annual Convention in November  (September 16, 2013

NCTE, NWP, and IRA Collaborate to Support Educator Teams in Low Income Communities  (August 13, 2013

University of Denver Professor Doug Hesse Elected Next NCTE Vice President  (June 11, 2013

NCTE Speaks Outs with Position Statement on Machine Scoring of Student Writing  (May 2, 2013)

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NCTE Leadership Messages

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

NCTE President Sandy Hayes Says a Moratorium on High Stakes Tests Is the Right Response to Common Core Implementation

 

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