- Resolution on Contemporary Discourse and the English Language Arts Classroom
- Resolution on Legislation to Protect the Rights of Student Journalists
- Resolution Opposing High-Stakes Teacher Candidate Performance Assessments
The entire membership now has the opportunity to review the resolutions and the right to approve or disapprove them. If the membership votes to ratify these resolutions, they will become official NCTE positions. NCTE refers to and uses its many position statements to guide its policy and advocacy efforts with federal and state legislatures and agencies. NCTE’s position statements represent the voices of its members, reflect its values, and declare to the world what it believes.
NCTE is therefore asking each of its members to take a few minutes to vote. We rely on your experience as a literacy educator to help set the policy that will benefit all members and their students.
Members have been sent emails outlining the background, resolved statements, and brief pro and con summaries for each resolution. Members vote for just the resolutions; the background and pro and con summaries are informational. NCTE members who have not yet voted will receive another email on Sunday, February 12, with a link that will take them to the texts and voting buttons.
Thank you for sharing your opinion and helping us ensure that our resolutions reflect the sentiments of thousands of Council members.