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
Online Professional Learning
This webinar will share more about the landscape of censorship challenges in the classroom, what resources are available from NCTE and at a local level, and uplifting ways to encourage students’ right to read and teachers’ freedom to teach.
This session, cohosted by NCTE and the Assembly on Computers in English (ACE), will walk participants through the process of building a book collaboratively with middle and high school students.
Join us on October 23 to learn more about how educators can use Fair Use guidelines in their instructional practices.RSVP here