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MCTE Is Pleased to Welcome Jessyca Mathews as Vice President

The Michigan Council of Teachers of English is pleased to announce that Jessyca Mathews has been elected as MCTE’s next Vice President. Mathews teaches English at Carman-Ainsworth High School in Flint through an inquiry-based curriculum that prioritizes anti-bias,...

MCTE Stance Against School Violence

With deep condolences and heavy hearts, we mourn the four students who lost their lives in the shooting that occurred at Oxford High School in Oxford, Michigan. We stand beside the six young adults and one teacher who were wounded, wishing them and their families a...

Call for Proposals: MCTE Fall Conference 2021

The Michigan Council of Teachers of English invites practicing and pre-service teachers, teacher educators, and librarian/media specialists to submit presentation proposals that highlight the challenges we face in the language arts classroom, the power of literacy to...

Dr. Andrea Zellner is MCTE’s Next Vice President

Dr. Andrea Zellner is MCTE’s Next Vice President

The Michigan Council of Teachers of English is pleased to announce that Dr. Andrea Zellner has been elected as MCTE’s next vice president. Zellner is currently a literacy consultant at Oakland Schools in Waterford, MI, serving all 28 school districts in Oakland...

MCTE’s Commitments and Action Steps to Move Toward Antiracism

We, the Executive Committee of the Michigan Council of Teachers of English (MCTE), stand in solidarity with the global outrage over the state-sanctioned violence and anti-Black racism that have led to the recents deaths of U.S. Black citizens, Breonna Taylor, George...