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MEMBER SPOTLIGHT

Rebecca SipeRebecca Sipe, NCTE Conference on English Leadership Chair, is a former secondary teacher and K-12 Language Arts Coordinator for the Anchorage School District in Alaska, and a former English Education professor and department head at Eastern Michigan University. Currently, she serves as the Director of the Honors College at EMU. Dr. Sipe is the past chair for the NCTE Secondary Section. She is author of They Still Can’t Spell: Understanding and Supporting Challenged Spellers in Middle and High School (Heinemann, 2003), Purposeful Writing: Genre Study in the Secondary Writing Workshop (Heinemann, 2006), Strategies for Writers (Zaner-Bloser, 2007), Adolescent Literacy at Risk: The Impact of Standards (NCTE, 2009), and numerous chapters and articles. Dr. Sipe works with teachers from across the country in workshops, in-services, and conferences. She has helped shape writing standards for the State of Michigan and the College Board.

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IN THE NEWS

NCTE Announces Children's Book Awards  Rain, Reign by Ann M. Martin, Feiwel and Friends publishers, has received the Charlotte Huck Award for Outstanding Fiction for Children and The Family Romanov: Murder, Rebellion & the Fall of Imperial Russia by Candace Fleming, Schwartz & Wade publishers, has received the Orbis Pictus Award for Outstanding Nonfiction for Children from NCTE.  NCTE, January 27, 2015 

Where Have All the English Majors Gone?  NCTE member Kent Cartwright is quoted.  Inside Higher Ed, January 26, 2015 

Two NCTE Members Are Finalists for the National Teacher of the Year Honor:
Ann Marie Corgill of Mountain Brook Named 2015 National Teacher of the Year Finalist AL.com, January 15, 2015
PD Teacher Chosen as National Finalist  Amarillo Globe News, January 14, 2015