April 24, 2018

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(Re)Inventing the Future of English: Register for NCTE 2013

JNCTE 2013oin the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) November 21-24 in Boston for its 2013 Annual Convention! “(Re) Inventing the Future of English” is the theme for the event, which will offer teachers, librarians, administrators, curriculum coordinators, teacher educators, literacy coaches, reading specialists, and others more than 700 sessions. The topics range from general sessions featuring popular speakers and special presentations with well-known authors to sessions by classroom educators and full-day workshops that allow more in-depth exploration of a topic.

Among the guest speakers for the convention are:

·         Tony Danza (Thursday Evening General Session)

·         Jarrett Krosoczka (Elementary Section Get-Together)

·         Neal Shusterman (Middle Section Get-Together)

·         Teri Lesesne and Suzanne Lane (Secondary Section Get-Together)

·         Rita Williams-Garcia (Middle Level Luncheon)

·         Laurie Halse Anderson (Conference on English Education (CEE) Luncheon)

·         Carol Jago and Kelly Gallagher (High School Matters)

·         Walter Dean Myers (Assembly on Literature for Adolescents of NCTE (ALAN) Breakfast)

·         Steve Jenkins (Books for Children Luncheon)

·         Ishmael Beah (Secondary Level Luncheon)

·         Nic Bishop and Sy Montgomery (Children’s Literature Assembly Breakfast)

·         Robert Pinsky (Conference on English Leadership (CEL) Luncheon)

For even more reasons to attend, see the schedule of events, information about the postconvention workshops, a listing of exhibitors, the searchable program, and registration details.

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