Donations to NCTE help us to fight censorship, advance our efforts for diversity and inclusivity, support relevant literacy research, advocate for critical literacy issues and public policy concerns, provide mentoring, widen access to free professional learning resources, celebrate outstanding student work and professional practice, remain your go-to source for news and trends in the field, expand national initiatives like the African American Read-In and the National Day on Writing, and ensure the administrative resources and staff to secure NCTE’s future.

NCTE is creating a special Convention Scholarship Fund to help defray expenses for attending our Annual Convention beginning in 2020 in Denver. For more information or to make a donation to this new Convention Scholarship Fund, please contact Patrick Owen at powen@ncte.org or 217-278-3607.

Leave a legacy at NCTE with a leadership or planned gift. Please contact Patrick Owen at powen@ncte.org or 217-278-3607 to learn more.