Posted On: March 13, 2018
Read the Newest Edition of ATPE News
The Spring 2018 edition of our award-winning magazine is now available online
. In this issue: tips for new educators, behind the scenes at a career and technical education campus, and a special education teacher shares how standardized testing affects our most vulnerable students.
Posted On: March 09, 2018
ATPE Executive Director Gary G. Godsey Announces Retirement
After serving the nonprofit community for more than 35 years, Gary G. Godsey has announced his retirement effective August 1, 2018.
Posted On: March 08, 2018
Why I Support ATPE-PAC
Gayle Sampley, of Humble ATPE, explains why it is vital to support ATPE-PAC.
Posted On: March 06, 2018
Primary Election Day Is Here
Primary Election Day is here! Vote today to make sure your voice is heard!
Posted On: March 05, 2018
Should Texas Educators Participate in School Walkouts?
ATPE’s Legal Team discusses the consequences of participating in a preplanned school walkout.
Posted On: March 01, 2018
Where Do Your Candidates Stand on Education?
Election Day is right around the corner. Do you know where your candidates stand on public education issues?
Posted On: February 28, 2018
Texas Road Tripping
It’s not too late to plan a trip for Spring Break! The Lone Star State is overflowing with attractions for a road trip adventure.
Posted On: February 27, 2018
Meet the February Volunteer of the Month, Jay Guerrero
Get to know your fellow ATPE volunteers through our volunteer recognition program, Volunteer of the Month. This month’s honor goes to Jay Guerrero of Cypress-Fairbanks ATPE.
Posted On: February 22, 2018
Deadline Approaching for ATPE Award Applications
Applications for several ATPE awards are due on March 2
. Don’t delay!
Posted On: February 20, 2018
Change Begins at the Polls
It’s time to stop the attacks on public education by voting anti-education candidates out of office. Read on to see what you can do.
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