Posted On: August 16, 2017
Anti-Educator Bills Rejected in Special Session
The special session has come to a close, and ATPE is thrilled to announce that we made it through with no vouchers and no loss of payroll deduction!
Posted On: August 15, 2017
Special Play Area Helps Children of All Ability Levels
ATPE talks to Little Cypress Intermediate school nurse Kelly Meadows about Stay and Play, her school’s playground for special need students. The playground allows students of all ability levels to play together.
Posted On: August 10, 2017
Carl’s Quarterly Call
All ATPE members are invited to join ATPE State President Carl Garner as he hosts a series of quarterly conference calls to recap ATPE Board of Directors meetings, discuss association issues, and answer members' questions.
Posted On: August 08, 2017
Easy Shopping, Easy Savings
Don’t miss out on getting a good deal. Explore ATPE’s discounts, savings, and exclusive online shopping experience to find the best price on whatever you need.
Posted On: August 03, 2017
Renew Your ATPE Membership Now, and Be Covered the Moment School Starts
Don’t let renewing your ATPE membership be one more thing on your back-to-school to-do list! Renew TODAY
, so you can focus on the things that really matter when you get back to the classroom.
Posted On: August 01, 2017
Welcome ATPE’s 2017-18 State Officers
On July 12, ATPE members gathered at summit to elect a new slate of officers for the coming year.
Posted On: July 27, 2017
Special Session Underway! Contact Your Legislators Now!
The special session is in full swing, and lawmakers are considering a number of anti-public education proposals backed by Gov. Greg Abbott and Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick. We need your help to fight these and other dangerous proposals and to stand up for our public schools and hardworking educators.
Posted On: July 25, 2017
2017 ATPE Award Winners
Congratulations to all the ATPE award winners! Winners were announced at the 2017 ATPE Summit, which was held July 10-12 in Austin.
Posted On: July 20, 2017
Turn Some New Pages This Summer
With school out, now is the perfect time to reenergize your mind with some good old-fashioned summer reading.
Posted On: July 18, 2017
Let Your Voice Be Heard
ATPE volunteer Casey Hubbard discusses how public education supporters can impact education policy and legislation between election cycles.
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