Buffalo State's English education program is a vibrant community connecting students, teachers, alumni, faculty, and other professionals in our field. Students work closely with the Western New York Network of English Teachers, a professional network connecting English teachers throughout the Buffalo-Niagara region. The English Education Student Association (EESA) is an active and engaged student-led organization. EESA supports new students through peer advising, networking, and community events. We work hard to help our students create meaningful connections with each other, local teachers, and our alumni so they may find support from our community throughout their careers.
Western New York Network of English Teachers, Summer Conversation 2013. Geoff Schutte, Tapestry High School: Teachers as Policy Advocates; Bridging the Gap Between Policy and Practice
The Western New York Network of English Teachers, Summer Conversation 2012. Kristen Pastore Capuana, Cheektowaga Central High School: Reclaiming English Teaching
The Western New York Network of English Teachers Speaker Series, Fall 2012. Joel Malley, Cheektowaga Central High School: The Digital Writing Workshop
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