activism, advocacy, educational policy, NCTE, Teacher Agency
This essay is an invited response to Noah Asher Golden and Deborah Bieler’s Provocateur Piece in this issue in which they share a loving critique of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE). This response highlights and extends Golden and Bieler’s observation about “the strengths of our members: policy, practice, and dialogue.” The response essay illustrates how NCTE, an association for literacy educators, could use “policy, practice, and dialogue” as a framework to drive and connect its work.
Source Publication Title
National Council of Teachers of English
Zuidema, L. A. (2018). Policy, Practice, and Dialogue: A Framework for NCTE Action and Relational Strategy. English Education, 5 (1), 94. Retrieved from https://digitalcollections.dordt.edu/faculty_work/994