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WNYNET Position Statement
on Teaching English for Social Justice
The Western New York Network of English Teachers (WNYNET) is committed to English teaching that focuses on social justice for all individuals. We especially understand the importance of such teaching to those among us who are oppressed, underrepresented, unvoiced, unseen. More so than any other classroom, the English Language Arts classroom provides a unique and safe space for students to explore critical, careful, dialogic inquiry into our world.
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Spring 2021: "Talking with Teachers" WNYNET Town Hall
The Western New York Network of English Teachers
connects secondary English teachers, teacher educators, and
administrators to support and encourage meaningful, progressive English language arts teaching across the Buffalo-Niagara region.
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Come join us on Wednesday, March 10th from 4:00pm-6:00pm for our annual spring conference. This year's theme is "Talking with Teachers," where we asked experienced English teachers from across Western New York to share some of their favorite lessons with teachers and pre-service teachers and talk with them about our profession.
Register using the link below!