CCCC Position Statements are statements on educational issues approved by the Conference on College Composition and Communication Executive Committee. Please click on any of the titles below to view the summary and/or full statement.
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Digital Literacy and Assessment
Joint Position Statement on Dual Enrollment in Composition [November 2019 (replaces the November 2012 CCCC “Statement Dual Credit/Concurrent Enrollment Composition: Policy and Best Practices”)]
Position Statement on CCCC Standards for Ethical Conduct Regarding Sexual Violence, Sexual Harassment, and Workplace Bullying (November 2016; Revised March 2020)
Statement on Effective Institutional Responses to Threats of Violence and Violent Acts Against Minoritized and Marginalized Faculty and Graduate Students (November 2019)
Statement on Language, Power, and Action (November 2016)
Best Practices in Faculty Hiring for Tenure-Track and Non-Tenure-Track Positions in Rhetoric and Composition/Writing Studies (April 2016)
Disability Studies in Composition: Position Statement on Policy and Best Practices [March 2020 (replaces A Policy on Disability in CCCC, November 2006, Reaffirmed April 2011)]
summary — full statement
Statement on Community-Engaged Projects in Rhetoric and Composition [April 2016 (replaces the CCCC Position Statement on Faculty Work in Community-Based Settings, November 2014)]
Working Conditions for Non-Tenure-Track Writing Faculty (April 2016)
Position Statement on Undergraduate Research in Writing: Principles and Best Practices (March 2017)
full statement — Bibliography of Resources Supporting UR in Rhetoric and Writing Studies (October 2018, pdf)
Statement on Globalization in Writing Studies Pedagogy and Research (November 2017)
Statement of Professional Guidance for Mentoring Graduate Students (November 2019)