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Conference on College Composition and Communication
Annual Convention
April 6-9, 2011, Atlanta, Georgia

"All Our Relations: Contested Space, Contested Knowledge," is the theme for the 62nd Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC)  of NCTE.

 

 

Whole Language Umbrella of NCTE (WLU)

2011 Literacies for All Summer Institute

July 21-2, 2011, Las Vegas, Nevada

"Teachers, Students, and Families Together: Nurturing Literate Communities" is the theme for the  2011 WLU Literacies for All Summer Institute.

 

 

NCTE's National Day on Writing, October 20, 2011
To draw attention to the remarkable variety of writing we engage in and help make writers from all walks of life aware of their craft, NCTE is celebrating October 20, 2011, as the National Day on Writing. To celebrate composition in all its forms, we are inviting diverse participants--students, teachers, parents, grandparents, service and industrial workers, managers, business owners, legislators, retirees, and many more--to submit a piece of writing to the National Gallery of Writing.

 

 

101st Annual Convention of NCTE
November 17-20, 2011, Chicago, Illinois
The theme of the 2011 Annual Convention is “Reading the Past, Writing the Future.” Program chair and NCTE President-Elect Keith Gilyard says, "For next year in Chicago, where our organization began with great determination in 1911, we plan to offer a program that features testimony, inquiry, reflection, experimentation, analysis, and speculation. With the rich history of NCTE as a backdrop -- from the rebellious founders who were combating elite-university encroachment on high school curriculums to courageous opponents of racist, sexist, and homophobic instruction to committed supporters of productively principled teacher autonomy and cultural inclusiveness -- we will gather to take stock of our collective journey and to renew ourselves."

 

 

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