Dr. Ernest Morrell opens the Sunday morning general session of the Michigan Reading Association’s annual conference on March 15, 2020.
Currently the Director of the Center for Literacy Education at the University of Notre Dame, Dr. Morrell has written more than 80 articles and has authored eight books. Among those titles, Critical Literacy and Urban Youth, Becoming Critical Researchers, and Linking Literacy and Popular Culture are among his most popular books.
Dr. Morrell is chair of the Planning and Advisory Committee for the African Diaspora Consortium and sits on the Executive Boards of LitWorld and the Education Democracy Institute. He has won numerous awards and held many prestigious educational positions, including service as a past-president of NCTE.
Register now (through Eventbrite) to experience General Session Speakers including Ernest Morrell, Sara K. Ahmed, Cornelius Minor and Jennifer Serravallo. Also, choose to attend sessions with Featured Speakers such as Chad Everrett, “Gholdy” Muhammad and John Schu, or Featured Authors including Donalyn Miller, Tara Michener and Carrie Pearson.
For more on the conference, visit our 2020 Annual Conference page.