Welcome to the San Antonio Writing Project, a part of the 180+ site network of the National Writing Project, hosted by The University of Texas at San Antonio. SAWP and its eleven sister sites in Texas are dedicated to the improvement of the teaching of writing in Texas classrooms K-college. With the guidance of NWP’s teachers-teaching-teachers model, we provide opportunities for teachers to share their knowledge, expertise, and teaching practices.



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Summer Institute

June 9- July 3
UTSA-1604 Campus



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Write for San Antonio

SAWP partners with Harlandale and South San Antonio Independent School Districts on TEA writing initiative.

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Visit the SAWP "Write for San Antonio" open site of resources supporting the Write for Texas initiative and the four guiding principles of effective writing instruction. This site is open to all teachers.



Super Saturday Series Teacher Workshop
"Journaling and Notebooks in Science and Math
Sat. Sept. 6th
Free Event
See flier for details and registration information

The National Writing Project is an authorized professional development provider under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (otherwise known as No Child Left Behind). Title II funds under this NCLB Act may be used by schools and school districts for "the improvement of the quality of student writing and learning ... to improve the teaching of writing and the use of writing as a part of the learning process in our Nation's classrooms." (NCLB Act, Subpart 2, Sec. 2332 National Writing Project)

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