NYSEC Honored with 2019 NCTE Affiliate Website of Excellence Award
2019 NCTE Affiliate Website of Excellence Award
We’re pleased to announce that The New York State English Council website, edited by Michelle Bulla, Monroe-Woodbury High School, has been named as a recipient of the 2019 NCTE Affiliate Website of Excellence Award, given by the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE).
Established in 2000, this award recognizes outstanding websites with high-quality content, easy navigation, size, speed, privacy, links, and interactive abilities including message boards, live chats, forums, blogs, mailing lists, etc.
The award winners will be announced at the 2019 NCTE Annual Convention in Baltimore, during the Affiliate Roundtable Breakfast on Sunday, November 24.
Other winners include Indiana Council of Teachers of English, edited by Terri Suico, Saint Mary’s College; Iowa Council of Teachers of English, co-edited by JoAnn Gage, Mount Vernon Community High School and Allison Berryhill, Atlantic High School; Michigan Council of Teachers of English, edited by Janet Neyer, Cadillac High School; New Jersey Council of Teachers of English, edited by Sarah Gross, High Technology High School; Ohio Council of Teachers of English Language Arts, edited by Lena Moore, Sheridan High School; Oregon Council of Teachers of English, edited by Jean Mittelstaedt, Chemeketa Community College; Texas Council of Teachers of English Language Arts, edited by Amy Laine, Venture Alliance Group; Virginia Association of Teachers of English, Kathleen Leigh, Augusta County Public Schools; and West Virginia Council of Teachers of English, co-edited by Karla Hilliard and Jessica Salfia, Berkeley County Schools.
For more information about the NCTE Affiliate Website of Excellence Award, click here.
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