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Books for You: An Annotated Booklist for Senior High Students (1995). Ed Leila Christenburg.
* "Common Ground." NCTE/International Reading Association Joint Statement on Intellectual Freedom (1993).
Crossing the Mainstream: Multicultural Perspectives in Teaching Literature (1994) Eileen Iscoff Oliver.
Literature Instruction: A Focus on Student Response (1992). Ed. Judith Langer.
NCTE Guidelines for Dealing With Censorship of Nonprint Materials (1993).
* "NCTE Guidelines for Selection of Materials for English Language Arts Programs" (1996).
Preserving Intellectual Freedom: Fighting Censorship In Our Schools (1994) Ed. Jean E. Brown. Reading The Movies: Twelve Great Films and How to Teach Them (1992) William Costanzo.
* "Selection and Retention of Instructional Materials What the Courts Have Said" SLATE Starter Sheet, Aug.,1995 Mary Moe.
*Social Issues in the English Classroom (1992) Eds. M. Hurlbert and Mark Totten.
* "The Student's Right to Read." NCTE recommended procedures for fair processing of book challenges (1982).
Tapping Potential: English and Language Arts for Black Learners (1985) Ed. Charlotte Brooks.
A Teacher's Introduction to Reader-Response Theories (1993) Richard Beach.
Teaching Literature in the Middle School: Fiction NCTE collection of teaching ideas (1996).
Teaching Literature In High School: The Novel NCTE collection of teaching ideas (1995).
Teaching Values in the Literature Classroom: A Public School and Catholic School View (1992) Charles Suhor and Bernard Suhor.
* Your Reading Middle School/Junior High Booklist. (1995) Eds. Barbara Samuels and Kylene Beers.
- Gwendolyn Alexander, Lead Teacher
- English Content Specialist for the District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) A former high school English teacher, she is responsible for the Arts and Humanities Teachers' Collaborative and the DCPS English Language Arts Curriculum Framework.
- Dr. William Costanzo
- Teaches English and film at Westchester Community College in Vahhalla, New York. A former chair on NCTE's Committee on Film Study and director of the Media Commission, Bill speaks and writes regularly on the connections between English and media education. His book, Reading the Movies, is available through NCTE.
- Judith Kelly
- Teacher in the District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) for over 20 years and currently directs the D.C. Area Writing Project. She is also on the Advisory Board for the DCPS English Language Arts and History Curriculum Framework Project.
- Dr. Charles Suhor
- Deputy Executive Director for the National Council of Teachers of English. A former high school English teacher and K-12 English Supervisor in New Orleans Public Schools, he has written widely about interdisciplinary studies and the teaching of English language arts.
Guest Scholar Team:
- Dr. Joanne Gabbin
- Ph.D. in English Language and Literature, University of Chicago, concentration in American literature with special emphasis on Black literature. Presently, Director of the Honors Program and Professor of English at James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia. She teaches courses in Black literature and Honors.
- Dr. Claudia Durst Johnson
- Harper Lee scholar, author, former chair of the English Department at University of Alabama-Tuscaloosa, currently resides in Berkeley, California.
Prince William County Public Schools Team:
- Larry Bell
- Supervisor of Multicultural Education
- Catherine Turner, Lead Teacher
- English Teacher, Woodbridge Senior High School
- Mark Kozlowski
- English Teacher, Brentsville H.S.
- Penny Lake
- English teacher, Potomac Senior High School
- Sandra Munnell
- Mockingbird Website Webmaster and Instructional Technology Specialist, Woodbridge Senior High School
- Phyllis Peterson
- English Teacher, Osbourn Park Senior High School
- Stan Woodward
- Coordinator of Distance Learning
Producer, To Kill A Mockingbird: Then and Now