Distinguished Service Award (DSA)
Please nominate someone for ICTE's highest honor, the Distinguished Service Award! Here are the award criteria:

1. The candidate should be an instructional leader whose service to English/language arts has contributed significantly, with local, regional, state, and/or national impact in his/her own school district, area education agency, college, or other institution. The individual may have written for in-house publications, may have served on local committees, may have established the reputation within the local community for being a spokesperson for English language arts instruction, and/or may be recognized as someone professionally involved such as in ICTE and its affiliates, the Iowa Writing Project, Department of Education committees, NCTE, or other professional organizations either as a contributor to newsletters/journals, a speaker/presenter, and/or officer/committee member.

2. The ICTE president, past president, and president-elect will not be considered as DSA candidates while they are serving as committee members.
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Name of nominee *
In which school district, area education agency, college, or other institution has he/she contributed to significantly? *
Please provide nominee's email or phone number *
Part of the requirement of this award is to submit a formal nomination letter. Please indicate which of the following formats you will be sending the nomination letter: *
If you chose the first option above, please copy and paste the link to the Google Doc with your formal recommendation here.
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Please provide a reference we could contact to inquire further about the nominee. *
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Please provide a second reference we could contact to inquire further about the nominee. *
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