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National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE)
03/01/21 11:59 PM ET
Awards to USA, Canada, and International researchers to recognize exceptional contributions to the field of English language education research. Eligible candidates will have completed theses, dissertations, or preliminary independent studies in the field. Candidates must submit a manuscript based on their original research.
Studies entered into competition should be related to the teaching of English or the language arts, e.g., language development, literature, composition, teacher education/professional development, linguistics, etc., and should have employed a recognized research approach, e.g., historical, ethnographic, interpretive, experimental, etc. In recognition of the fact that the field has changed in recent years, the Committee on Research invites entries from a variety of scholarly perspectives.
Manuscripts submitted for the competition may be unpublished, under consideration or accepted for publication at, or already published in a research journal, so long as they are formatted for blind submission, without reference to publication status, and follow the other manuscript preparation requirements below.
GrantWatch ID#: 194069
The award recipient will receive a complimentary NCTE Annual Convention registration, a certificate, an award announcement in NCTE’s journals, a one-year NCTE membership, and a one-year subscription to Research in the Teaching of English (RTE).
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