The?National Day on Writing??(October 20), an initiative of the National Council of Teachers of English, is built on the premise that writing is critical to literacy but?needs greater attention and celebration.
You see, people tend to think of writing in terms of pencil-and-paper assignments, but no matter who you are, writing is part of your life. It’s part of how you work, how you learn, how you remember, and how you communicate. It gives voice to who you are and enables you to give voice to the things that matter to you.
For the?past ten years, we’ve seen thoands of people share their responses and engage in activities around the theme of?#WhyIWrite. Their collective voices are raising the volume on this issue. Now in our 10th year of the celebration, we look forward to our best National Day on Writing yet! Get a peek at what we’ve got in store for 2018.