Extended to February 28
To encourage high school juniors to write and to publicly recognize the best student writing.
To stimulate and recognize the writing talents of eighth-grade students.
This award honors an outstanding work of scholarship or research in language, literature, rhetoric, or pedagogy and learning.
Open to individuals who have completed dissertations within the approximately two years immediately preceding the award year (for 2020, between December 1, 2017, and January 31, 2020).
Designed to provide two years of support, mentoring, and networking opportunities for early career scholars of color, open to doctoral candidates and early career post secondary faculty.
The specific purpose of this award is to support early career teachers of color as they build accomplished teaching careers in literacy education.
These awards are for full-time or part-time teachers in grades K-12 in the United States who foster a passion and love of reading in students through programs and curricula that are innovative, original, and have measurable success.
A special award given to an NCTE member of color who has made a significant contribution to NCTE and the development of our professional community.
This award demonstrates NCTE’s vision to strengthen an increasingly inclusive organization that provides more access to diverse voices. This award also helps promote cross-community connections and values and supports the agency of diverse leaders in the field.
To recognize a member of the LGBTQ+ community who has made a significant contribution to NCTE and to the development of our professional community.
Annually recognizes teachers in grades K-6 who, through the teaching of writing, demonstrate an understanding of student improvement in writing.
Provides research support for an NCTE member who proposes a research project that studies “the careers of English Majors and/or the role and function of English in career development.”