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NDCTE 2015 Conference

July 21-23 

#NDCTE15 Reminder


The Board is pleased to announce the John Wall Aspiring Artist Scholarship for students, beginning in 2015.John was a dear friend and mentor to many throughout the state, and he held our organization in high regard.We are thrilled to honor his memory with this $500 yearly award for our students. We will provide more details about the application process as we iron out the details.



Conference Evaluation

If you have not already done so, please complete our online conference evaluation.

Lesson Exchange

If you presented a lesson at conference, please email us at so we can post your handouts on our website.


- Linda S. Christenson Literary


- NDCTE Teacher of the Year Award

- NDCTE Service to the Profession

- Disaster Relief Fund Recipient

Conference Credit

If you took the credit option, please email your assignment (a reflection or newsletter article) to by August 8th.

Silent Auction

Thank you to all who donated and purchased items at our silent auction.We raised just over $1,800 for our Linda Christenson Scholarship!

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Conference Recap

"The NDCTE has held such an esteemed place in my teaching life for many years.  The organization allows for and encourages so much growth and dedication to our noble profession.  Yes, the tremendous paperwork can be grueling, but continued inspiration comes from fellow English teachers and appreciative students. Thank you for a stupendous conference. We all gathered many new ideas to use in the classroom."

--Kristi Frahm, 2013 NDCTE Teacher of the Year

NDCTE's Mission

The North Dakota Council of Teachers of English shall be a professional organization for individuals who are genuinely concerned with the development of the English language. The group shall strive to support the state standards and benchmarks and improve the quality of English instruction at all levels.

1. To stimulate the growth and development of English teachers through membership in NDCTE.

2. To facilitate dialogue among English educators across the state.

3. To serve as a resource to individual teachers or groups of teachers.

4. To stimulate and promote research.

5. To monitor and improve English/Language Arts instruction.

6. To foster involvement in legislation about reading, writing, and other language arts instruction.

7. To sponsor conferences and meetings that highlight best practices.

8. To emphasize the contributions of individual teachers.

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