Posted On: September 18, 2018
Need School Supplies? ATPE Can Help!
Replenish your school supplies with the help of ATPE’s membership discounts.
Posted On: September 13, 2018
ATPE’s Leadership Opportunities Boost Your Career
ATPE members enjoy opportunities to help shape ATPE policies through volunteer roles as local, regional, and state leaders.
Posted On: September 11, 2018
Read the Newest Edition of ATPE News
The Fall 2018 edition of our award-winning magazine is now available online. In this issue: unsung heroes of the classroom, what you need to know about observations, how to bridge the digital divide, and tips on engaging student voters.
Posted On: September 07, 2018
Using Twitter to Stay Informed
Social media is how most of us keep in touch with each other and the world around us. Read a quick refresher on one of the most popular—and surprisingly impactful—social media platforms out there today: Twitter.
Posted On: September 06, 2018
Got Questions about ATPE? We’ve Got Answers!
Join ATPE State President Byron Hildebrand for his quarterly conference call to answer members' questions.
Posted On: September 04, 2018
ATPE Lobbyists Know How to Speak to Lawmakers
As a public school educator, you are often asked to do so much with so little, and it can be overwhelming to keep up with education news and politics on top of that. But that’s where ATPE’s advocacy efforts come in. As a member of ATPE, you’re never an idle spectator because our lobbyists are always in the game.
Posted On: August 30, 2018
Thank You to Our 2017-18 ATPE Political Action Committee Honorees
Thank you to all of our 2017-18 Political Action Committee honorees for all you do to help ATPE fight for quality educational standards and protect your professional interests.
Posted On: August 28, 2018
Win $500 toward a Classroom Makeover
Two student teacher members who renew as first-time professional members and one returning professional member will win $500 toward a classroom makeover.
Posted On: August 23, 2018
Rep for the Best
Rep for the best by becoming a campus representative for ATPE. We’ve got everything you need to know about this volunteer leader role in our latest blog post.
Posted On: August 20, 2018
How to Learn Students’ Names Quickly
Knowing each other’s names sends a signal of respect and value, and it also helps establish community. Here’s some tips on how to quickly learn your students’ names.
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