ADVOCACY
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Introduction to ATPE’s Advocacy

ATPE is member-owned and member-governed. Therefore, ATPE members have a collective voice of more than 115,000 educators shaping the public education priorities we advocate at the Capitol. ATPE works year-round as a professional, positive voice focused on uniting educators in support of an exemplary public education for every Texas student.

ATPE provides ongoing political involvement training, a political action committee and lobby day, for members who choose to become actively involved in the political process. From the Legislative Alert Network (LAN) to candidate voting records, ATPE gives you the tools needed to stay informed.

 

SPOTLIGHT ON advocacy

Teach the Vote blog
Keep up to date with the latest legislative news by following the action on the new Teach the Vote blog.
 

FREE Political Involvement Training webinar
Learn what educators can do to help move this legislative session in a positive direction. Click here to register and view the archived webcast, You ARE the Expert! Getting Results at the Texas Legislature.
 

ATPE Legislative Alert Network (LAN)
The LAN is a free e-mail service that helps you communicate directly with your legislators on the issues that matter to you. It’s critical that legislators hear from you when making decisions that could impact your livelihood.

Social Security
Many educators in Texas have been misinformed or are unaware of Social Security laws that affect their retirement. Read the facts about Texas educators and Social Security.