||Writings honoring and preserving the rich history—and future—of NCTE and literacy education
||As part of the NCTE Centennial celebration coming in 2011, members are invited to offer brief memories of NCTE; speculations about the future of literacy education and NCTE; "then and now" pieces (see Centennial website for examples); and brief historical essays. Join the conversation as we explore what it means to be a teacher of literacy in the 21st century and part of a vibrant, diverse organization that has served the profession for 100 years.
Writers are encouraged to submit brief pieces that are vivid and specific, honoring and preserving the rich history--and future-- of NCTE and literacy education.
The National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) is a national association serving English language arts educators of students from pre-kindergarten through graduate school. For 100 years NCTE’s professional resources have been helping teachers connect, collaborate, and learn so they can help their students learn. In addition, NCTE develops policies and guidelines for teaching the English language arts.
You are eligible to submit one composition (or a link to a composition already posted on the Internet) per gallery. You should not submit the same composition to more than one gallery. When you click "contribute my writing now," you will be prompted for information about your piece and about yourself. You can share this information with readers through the site search engine, or to keep it sheltered from searches. The more information you allow to be public, the more readers for your piece.
Please visit Gallery Guidelines prior to submitting a contribution to the National Gallery of Writing.