Events - National Council of Teachers of English


November 16-19 in Columbus, Ohio

I can’t wait to cross paths with you all in person in November 2023. I want to learn from the narratives you tell of the pathways you and your students have traveled. Our time together will be a conexión that brings us together to communicate, collaborate, and create and then release expanded versions of ourselves back out into our vast networks of being and meaning, teaching and learning, leading and loving.” Shelley Rodrigo – 2023 Program Chair | NCTE President-Elect

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This session explores grounding information on nonfiction in K–12 education, including nonfiction’s prominent tie to urgent educational challenges, NCTE’s work with nonfiction over time, as well as the history of children’s nonfiction literature.

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Join us for the “Build Your Stack® with the Best Books of 2022-2023” event. Content will include elementary, middle, and high school specific content in a webinar format. More information will be added to the webpage soon.

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Join NCTE for a members-only leadership series exploring a variety of timely topics from NCTE-affiliated experts in the field. This series will explore new policy briefs, share how to leverage literacy for advocacy purposes, and discuss issues most top-of-mind for educators that have been dominating the news cycle. The first session is open to all.

NCTE Conferences

CCCC Annual Convention

Chicago, IL • February 15–18, 2023

2023 ELATE Summer Conference

Centering Hope and Organizing for Justice

Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA • July 6–9, 2023

CEL Annual Convention

Columbus, OH • November 19–21, 2023

Event Resources


Web Seminars

NCTE Writes


National Celebrations


NCTE Advocacy and Leadership Summit

National Day on Writing

October 20 (every year)

African American Read-In

February (all month long, every year)