Posted On: May 26, 2017
Read the Newest Edition of ATPE News
The Summer 2017 edition of our award-winning magazine is now available online
Posted On: May 24, 2017
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.
Posted On: May 23, 2017
Packing and Packing and Packing
Getting ready to pack your room up for the summer? Don’t miss personal organizer and ATPE member Allison Venuto’s rules for stress-free classroom packing.
Posted On: May 18, 2017
ATPE Legal Team on Four Common End-of-Year Concerns
ATPE’s legal team addresses four common concerns that educators face at the end of the year.
Posted On: May 16, 2017
Five Fun Activities for the End of the School Year
Looking for some fun new activities for the end of the year? Try these five exciting activities to keep your students engaged through the last day of school.
Posted On: May 11, 2017
Six Great Quotes to Inspire Texas Teachers
To celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week, we’ve collected some of our favorite quotes to inspire and motivate our members!
Posted On: May 10, 2017
Congratulations to ATPE’s Educator of the Year Finalists!
Educator of the Year finalists have been announced!
Posted On: May 09, 2017
Join Us for the 2017 ATPE Summit!
The 2017 ATPE Summit is your opportunity to connect, celebrate, and have fun with fellow educators and volunteers from across the state. Let your local leaders know you are interested in attending today!
Posted On: May 08, 2017
Half Off Papa John’s Pizza for Texas Teachers
As a special thank you to Texas teachers, Papa John’s Pizza—in partnership with ATPE—is offering a Teacher Appreciation Week deal that you don’t want to miss!
Posted On: May 03, 2017
Breaking News - ATPE Settles Lawsuit Over State's Teacher Evaluation System
ATPE and other parties to a lawsuit over the state’s new recommended teacher appraisal system known as T-TESS have reached a settlement agreement.
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