National Writing Project

The National Writing Project focuses the knowledge, expertise, and leadership of our nation's educators on sustained efforts to improve writing and learning for all learners.

Writing is essential to communication, learning, and citizenship. Writing is the currency of the new workplace and global economy. Writing helps us convey ideas, solve problems, and understand ourselves and our changing world. Writing is a bridge to the future.

175 Writing Project sites housed on college campuses prepare 2,500 new teacher-leaders each year. These new leaders join a dynamic network put to work to support 95,000 colleagues in classrooms, libraries, museums, national parks—virtually any space where young people learn, read, and write—ultimately strengthening the writing and thinking of 6 million students, pre-K through college, each year. 

The National Writing Project focuses the knowledge, expertise, and leadership of our nation's educators on sustained efforts to improve writing and learning for all learners.

Writing is essential to communication, learning, and citizenship. Writing is the currency of the new workplace and global economy. Writing helps us convey ideas, solve problems, and understand ourselves and our changing world. Writing is a bridge to the future.

175 Writing Project sites housed on college campuses prepare 2,500 new teacher-leaders each year. These new leaders join a dynamic network put to work to support 95,000 colleagues in classrooms, libraries, museums, national parks—virtually any space where young people learn, read, and write—ultimately strengthening the writing and thinking of 6 million students, pre-K through college, each year. 

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