Position statement opposing UW-Stevens Point’s proposal to eliminate 13 humanities majors
The Wisconsin Council of Teachers of English strongly believes the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is making a very short-sighted decision in proposing to eliminate thirteen humanities majors, including English. Not only do we believe it will negatively impact current and future students interested in the humanities, but we also believeRead More
Resolution in opposition to Gov. Walker’s plan to strip Wisconsin public workers of their collective bargaining rights
The Wisconsin Council of Teachers of English strongly opposes Governor Walker’s plan to strip Wisconsin public workers of their collective bargaining rights. Here’s why: There has not been enough time for the legislature to make an informed decision. The Governor is trying to rush this legislation through without an honestRead More
Wisconsin Council of Teachers of English: Common Core State Standards Position
Click here to see our stance regarding the Common Core State Standards.
Wisconsin Council of Teachers of English Position Statements, Resolutions, Endorsements
WCTE POSITION STATEMENT ON CHANGES IN LICENSURE Tony Evers, State Superintendent David DeGuire, director for Teacher Education Professional Development and Licensing Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction 125 South Webster Street Madison, WI 53703 Dear Dr. Evers, David DeGuire, and Members of the Leadership Group on School Staffing Challenges, We writeRead More
In the latest WCTE Update
WCTE’s position on Common Core Standards, convention review, DPI news, and more in the January Update.
Theater in London
Theater in London Program and Purpose: This program offers you the opportunity to spend three fabulous weeks attending plays, studying theatre, and immersing yourself in the culture of London, the theatre capital of the world! Our schedule of plays ranges from Shakespeare, to award-winning new plays, to musicals, to experimentalRead More
In the September Update
Convention sessions and registration form, testing news from DPI, award winners and more in the September Update.
Nominations Deadline Extended
The deadline has been extended to May 15 for nominating candidates for the Nancy Hoefs Memorial Award for an Outstanding Beginning Teacher. See the Awards Page for details.
Nominations sought for Intellectual Freedom Award
WCTE is seeking nominations for the 2013 Lee Burress Intellectual Freedom Award. The award is designed to acknowledge the work done by educators who teach and extol the tenets of free speech and who urge responsible, humane and caring communication. See the award announcement.
In the December Update
Read the latest WCTE Update for convention news, award winners, new officers, and more.