California English Journal

California English

2018 NCTE Affiliate Journal of Excellence Award California English has been chosen as one of eight to receive the 2018 NCTE Affiliate Journal of Excellence Award presented by the NCTE Standing Committee on Affiliates.

California English, the journal of the California Association of Teachers of English, is published four times a year and features articles and research of interest to teachers of students from kindergarten to college. All submitted manuscripts are peer-reviewed. To submit to the journal, please contact Carol Jago at cjago@caroljago.com.

About the Editor: Carol Jago

Carol Jago, Editor of California English journal

Carol Jago has taught English in middle and high school for over 30 years and is associate director of the California Reading and Literature Project at UCLA. She is past president of the National Council of Teachers of English and has published many books with Heinemann including her latest, The Book in Question: Why and How Reading Is in Crisis. Carol has been awarded the International Literacy Association’s Adolescent Literacy Thought Leader Award and the NCTE Exemplary Leadership Award and is incoming president of ILA’s Adolescent Literacy group. She currently serves on the National Assessment Governing Board.

Carol Jago Receives Prestigious NCTE Award

Each year the Conference on English Leadership identifies one individual who has made truly exceptional contributions to literacy leadership across his/her career. After reviewing many highly deserving individuals, the CEL selected Carol Jago as the recipient of the CEL Kent Williamson Exemplary Leadership Award.

Carol is the editor of CATE’s own California English journal. We are honored to have her as part of the CATE family. Please join us in congratulating Carol for this prestigious award.

Carol Jago – Exemplary Leader 2016

Call for Manuscripts


May 2021 Issue

Due Date: April 1, 2021

WRITING THEIR WAY TO SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL STRENGTH

With limited instructional minutes at teachers’ disposal, writing seems to be getting short shrift. But what if writing were seen as a powerful tool for engaging students in their own learning. What have you discovered as you taught virtually? How can personal and/or creative writing help students become more reflective? Describe a task that your students found compelling.


September 2021 Issue

Due Date: August 1, 2021

DISRUPTING TEXTS, DISRUPTING TASKS

What is the place of new literature, young adult books, graphic novels, contemporary fiction and edgy nonfiction in our English curriculum? How do you go about replacing traditionally taught novels? Do new texts require new instructional methods?

 

Manuscripts are peer reviewed. Please send submissions to California English editor, Carol Jago. Articles should be limited to 2,500 words. Please submit manuscripts via email to jago@gseis.ucla.edu.