Events for February 29, 2024 – National Council of Teachers of English
Events for February 29, 2024 – National Council of Teachers of English Events for February 29, 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

Ongoing

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

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

Compton-Drew ILC Middle School Reads In

St. Louis, Missouri community members will sponsor book titles for Compton-Drew ILC's African-American Read In event.  They will share over

Free

Reading on Live

I went on Instagram Live and read to whoever joined.

Service Learning Project

Today during morning instruction I read a book by Langston Hughes called Weary Blues. My 4th grade class really enjoyed

Free

Jefferson’s African-American Read-In

Jefferson Traditional Middle School 528 S. Eddy St., South Bend

We have invited community partners, parents, and district personnel to come to our school to read the first chapters, verse

Free

Black History Month Reading

I read the poem the Scapegoat by Paul Laurence Dunbar to a group of people online