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Handouts from past events are listed below.

2014 Annual Convention LogoFor handouts from the 2014 NCTE Annual Convention, please visit the Online Program or Mobile App (coming soon).
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    English Ed position at San Francisco State Univ...

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    Meet the Mentors

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    Meet the Mentors

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R. Joseph RodríguezR. Joseph Rodríguez, NCTE College Chair, is an assistant professor of English Education in the Department of English at The University of Texas at El Paso, which is located on the border across from Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, México. He has taught English and Spanish language arts in public schools, charter schools, and alternative education programs as well as at various levels in higher education. His research interests include children’s and young adult literature, disciplinary literacies, cultural and language studies, and academic writing pedagogy. His research has appeared in English Journal, Notes on American Literature, and SIGNAL Journal. His research book, Escribe, Scribe: Writing the Literacy Lives of U.S.–Latina and Latino Adolescents will be issued by Sense Publishers in the fall of 2015. Joseph is an advocate of El día de los niños / El día de los libros (Children’s Day / Book Day), which is an initiative and daily commitment to link all children, adolescents, and families to books, languages, and cultures. 

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Two NCTE Members Are Finalists for the National Teacher of the Year Honor:
Ann Marie Corgill of Mountain Brook Named 2015 National Teacher of the Year Finalist, January 15, 2015
PD Teacher Chosen as National Finalist  Amarillo Globe News, January 14, 2015  

Appo Book Policy Draws Free Speech Complaints  NCTE and other organizations sent letters to the school district urging it not to make changes in its policies.  The News Journal, January 13, 2015 

One Course Without Pay  NCTE/CCCC members Doug Hesse and Shirley Rose are quoted.  Inside Higher Ed, December 16, 2014