A: The ILA offers free resources and Webinars on current topics like Social Emotional Learning, Culturally Responsive Teaching, Science of Reading, Multilingual Learners, or Struggling Readers. WSLA is currently surveying members to see how we can support you in promoting literacy in our communities. We do provide the State Young Authors Contest, which is explained in detail on our Young Authors page.
A: The International Literacy Association today! This association provides free resources and webinars on current topics. You will connect with educators from around the globe. Annual dues are $44.
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The Wyoming State Literacy Association, an affiliate of the International Literacy Association, is a non-profit, professional organization that provides information, support, and service to anyone concerned with the promotion of the lifelong love of reading and the development of literacy at all levels. The WSLA offers The Young Authors Competition for school districts, and home-school students.
Annual WSLA Dues are $25. Dues go toward the Young Authors Contest celebration, judges, and awards and may support future state-wide projects.
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A: This state-wide writing competition is offered for all grades, K-12. Entries can include: poems, non-fiction, fictional narratives, and graphic novels. The Young Authors Contest gives students the opportunity to write for enjoyment and to publish their writing. The writers are then recognized at a State Young Authors Celebration at the end of the school year. Students are encouraged to submit their entries digitally this year. You can join a live virtual event or recorded 20 minute Kick Off event on November 1st, 2022 at 10:00 am. We will also virtually host “Adventures with Authors” in order to assist students with writing skills in the different genres. Go to our Young Authors tab on the website for more details! Or view the Wyoming State Young Authors Competition Flyer.