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The Georgia Mountain Storytelling Festival (Apr 12-13, Blairsville) is free for all local students! Join the free teacher workshop on Apr 11, 3:30-5:30pm.

The 2019 Agnes Scott Writers' Festival is scheduled for Apr 4-5.

Check out the Summer 2018 issue of Scribbles 'N Bits (members only!)

GCTE Earns National Honors!

The National Council of Teachers of English has announced the following 2018 honors for GCTE:

GCTE Writing Retreat: June 21-23 at Amicalola State Park & Lodge

You can register now and book a room for the June writing retreat... and why not consider submitting a proposal to to be a session presenter?


Read the Winter 2019 issue of Scribbles N' Bits.


The Call for Manuscripts for the Summer 2019 issue of Connections is now available! Submit your work!

Teacher Opportunities and Resources

Georgia's new Words2Reading offers free reading resources for teachers, families, and caregivers.

Check out the Library of Congress Searchable Database of Primary Source Documents, organized by state standards, grades, and subject areas.

Advocacy Notes

Review the latest on Georgia's ESSA application, recently submitted. 

Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education is a non-partisan advocacy group with a long history of support for public education in Georgia. 

Register for the GCTE Conference

21 Jun 2019 4:00 PM • Amicalola Falls State Park and Lodge

For more information about GCTE, please contact Jim Hill.
For more information about this website, please contact Darren Crovitz.
For more information about our annual conference, please contact Jennifer Dail.
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