Current Elections and Nominations for 2020

Help shape the future of NCTE by nominating yourself or a colleague for an office in NCTE, ELATE, or TYCA. The 2019-2020 Nominating Committees are now accepting nominations for the 2020 elections.


Call for Nominations for NCTE Offices

Call for Nominations for NCTE Sections, ELATE, and TYCA Offices


Deadline for submitting nominations by email or mail is November 1, 2019.


Below is a listing of the available positions open for election. For information on the responsibilities and activities involved in the positions go to “Job Descriptions.”


Vice President (from the Elementary Section)
Secondary Representative-at-Large
Trustees of the Research Foundation
2020-21 NCTE Nominating Committee

Elementary Section

Elementary Section Steering Committee
2020-21 Elementary Section Nominating Committee

Middle Level Section

Middle Level Section Steering Committee
2020-21 Middle Level Section Nominating Committee

Secondary Section

Secondary Section Steering Committee
2020-21 Secondary Section Nominating Committee

College Section

College Section Steering Committee
2020-21 College Section Nominating Committee

ELATE (English Language Arts Teacher Educators)

ELATE Executive Committee
2020-21 ELATE Nominating Committee

TYCA (Two-Year College English Association)

TYCA Secretary


QUESTIONS: If you have any questions about the nomination process or need further information, please contact Linda Walters-Moore at NCTE Headquarters

Meet an NCTE Leader
Franki Sibberson, NCTE President

Franki Sibberson, NCTE President, is a fifth-grade teacher in Dublin, Ohio, where she supports her students and the nation’s thinking from her 30 years experience in teaching elementary students. Sibberson is a universally beloved thought leader in literacy, with specific focus on student-driven reading choices and literacy in the digital age. She has co-authored numerous publications and books including Digital Reading: What’s Essential? (NCTE). She is also a frequent contributor to Choice Literacy, and her blog with Mary Lee Hahn, A Year of Reading, can be found at