• Speaks to national issues for English language arts teachers in Canada
  • Promotes Canadian unity through dialogue and communication
  • Publishes and distributes Canadian writing and the Canadian perspective
  • Supports provincial affiliates in professional development activities
  • Serves as a forum for cross-country sharing of ideas and perspectives
  • Sponsors national literacy conferences on a regular basis
  • Publishes English Quarterly
  • Publishes policy statements on such issues as evaluation, teacher education, and freedom of speech.

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