Events for February 28, 2024 – National Council of Teachers of English
Events for February 28, 2024 – National Council of Teachers of English Events for February 28, 2024 – National Council of Teachers of English

Welcome to the NCTE event calendar! Here, you can find a list of events, including webinars, workshops, and in-person conferences. These events provide opportunities for English language arts teachers to learn new strategies and techniques, network with colleagues, and stay up-to-date on the latest research and best practices in the field.

If you have an event that you would like to submit to be included on the NCTE event calendar, please fill out the event submission form. To be considered, events must align with the mission of NCTE and be of professional interest to English language arts teachers. We hope to see you at one of our upcoming events!

If you’re hosting an event you’d like to share, submit your event here.

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Ewing Public Schools African American Read-In

Ewing Public Schools 2099 Pennington Road, Ewing

Students in grades K-8 will participate in activities in ELA classes that will expose them to Black authors and their


3rd Annual MMS African American Read-In

Students will enjoy the literary works of African American authors throughout the month of February in the MacDonald Middle School

Reading on Live

On, February 28, 2024, I went live on Instagram and read R-E-S-P-E-C-T by Carole Weatherford. There was a total of


Pine Crest School AARI Poetry Reading

Pine Crest School 1501 NE 62nd Street, Fort Lauderdale

Students and faculty at Pine Crest School will give a public reading of Marilyn Nelson's book, A Wreath for Emmett Till.


AP English at the library

AP teacher Catherine Purananda brings classes to the library to sit in our cozy spaces and read to themselves and


Muskegon Community College African American Read-In

Muskegon Community College African American Read-In 221 S Quarterline Rd, Muskegon

Community-wide gathering to participate in National Read-In by reading African American literature aloud together here on Muskegon Community College Campus.


Case Western’s African American Read-In

Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities 11130 Bellflower Road, Cleveland

An African American Read-In: Come and share writing by one of your favorite African American Writers at Case Western’s African