The National Center for Literacy Education (NCLE) is a coalition of stakeholders representing the premiere education organizations, policy analysts, researchers, and foundations who are working together to identify and share the plans, practices, support systems, and assessments used by educator teams working to improve literacy learning. NCLE celebrates the work of successful school teams across the country that are achieving remarkable results in advancing literacy learning, and shares what is learned with education policymakers.
NCLE provides the Literacy in Learning Exchange as a free resource to all educator teams. All educators are invited to use the free site to build or further develop a team in their school, district, or across schools/districts, or in their out-of-school setting.
NCLE in the News
- "Working Together to Improve Literacy," Catherine Nelson and Kent Williamson, Education Talk Radio, March 3, 2014
- "Literacy Communities of Practice, Joanne Lawrence and Rex Barbiera, Education Talk Radio, April 6, 2012
- "Putting Literacy First in the New National Center for Literacy Education," Education Talk Radio, October 18, 2011
- "NCTE Launches National Literacy Education Center," Education Week, November 18, 2011
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