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Task Force on Council History and 2011

Charge

To craft policy designed to the archives of NCTE and its constituent units and to ensure that these archives are publicly accessible; to plan and prepare events/materials to commemorate NCTE's centennial (2011). Among the kinds of activities in which task force members will engage are the following: crafting of archive policy, making recommendations for appropriate storage of archives; pursuing grants to support archive work; pursuing grants for an updated NCTE/literacy education history; planning and making recommendations for centennial activities, publications, public relations, etc.

2010 Annual Report

Current Members

2005-2011

CHAIR: Leila Christenbury
(Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond)

Andy Anderson
(Johnson County Community College, KS)

Akua Duku Anokye
(Arizona State University West, Phoenix)

Janet Emig
(Naples, FL)

Jeanne Gerlach
(University of Texas at Arlington)

Julie Jensen
(Hutchinson, Minnesota)

Kenneth Lindblom
(Stony Brook University, NY)

Erika Lindemann
(University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)

James Marshall
(University of Georgia, Athens)

Jesse Perry
(Hayward, CA)

R. Joseph Rodriguez
(University of Texas at Austin)

Renita Schmidt
(Taylors, SC)

Patricia Lambert Stock
(Michigan State University, East Lansing)

Paul Thomas
(Furman University, Greenville, SC)

William Younglove
(Lakewood, CA)

Executive Committee Liaison, Sandy Hayes
(Becker Middle School, MN)

NCTE Administrative Liaison, Linda Walters

Past Members

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