Join teachers, speakers, and writers from across the country as we gather in Morgantown to explore how we create more diverse and inclusive ELA curriculums and classrooms in West Virginia.

This year’s conference will take place on March 29-30, 2019 and will feature both concurrent and plenary sessions with some of the most dynamic teachers from West Virginia and around the country.

In addition to classroom-tested practices presented by elementary, middle, and high school teachers join us to explore literacy, learning, and diversity with these extraordinary featured speakers:

Keynote speakers…

  • Tricia Ebarvia: Heinemann fellow, #DisruptTexts co- founder

  • Kwame Alexander: speaker, educator, and award winning author of The Crossover, Rebound, Solo, The Playbook, Booked, and Swing

Plus!

  • Ann Pancake: Award winning author of Strange Has This Weather Been

  • Crystal Good: teacher, writer, Affrilachian poet, speaker, entrepreneur

And featured sessions with the brilliant folks from the Folger Shakespeare Library Education Program! 

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