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ATPE Staff Spotlight: Amanda Bernstein

ATPE is proud to bring you this series of posts from our staff members. Today’s post features Office Administrator Amanda Bernstein.

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Have You Met ATPE’s State Officer Candidates?

Get to know ATPE’s state officer candidates before the election in July.

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Welcome to Summer . . . Let’s Get to Work?!?!

Taking the time this summer to create the ultimate teacher portfolio for awards and/or interview submissions will save to an immense amount of time during the school year.

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Job Search Resources for Texas Teachers

Searching for a job in the education field this summer? Check out these great resources for Texas educators.

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Special Session Includes Attack on Educators' Rights

This week, Texas Governor Greg Abbott released his plans for a special legislative session, which includes a revived push for vouchers and a prohibition on payroll deduction for educators. Find out what you can do to help Texas educators and students!

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ATPE Summit Registration Closes This Week

Housing and Registration for the 2017 ATPE Summit Close Friday, June 9. Register today!

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Recruit One New Member, Get a Gift Card

Any member who recruits a new professional, first-time professional, administrator, or associate member for the 2017-18 membership year between April 1 and Oct. 31, 2017, will receive their choice of a $10 Amazon or $10 Starbucks gift card!

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Four Mental Health Resources for Educators

Did you know May is Mental Health Month?

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Read the Newest Edition of ATPE News

The Summer 2017 edition of our award-winning magazine is now available online now.

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How to Become an Election Volunteer

The Texas legislature is only in session for a few months every two years, but the impact of laws made during those sessions can be long-lasting. One of the best ways to influence the legislative process is during non-session years when lawmakers and candidates are fundraising and running for office.

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