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
NCTE kicks off its Leading and Learning series with an overview from Ernest Morrell, head of the NCTE James R. Squire Office of Policy Research in English Language Arts. Morrell will introduce this summer’s series, grounded in the Squire Office’s new policy briefs. These briefs will be available on May 30.
In this talk, Dr. Gholdy Muhammad offers a unique culturally and historically responsive approach toward the goal of cultivating genius, justice and joy in education. Join us on May 31 to learn more.
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.
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.
2023 ELATE Summer Conference
Centering Hope and Organizing for Justice
Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA • July 6–9, 2023