Posted On: October 27, 2017
With Joe Straus Retiring, It’s Time for Public Educators to Step Up
Two of our biggest champions in the Texas House of Representatives announced this week that they will not seek reelection
: Texas House Speaker Joe Straus (R-San Antonio) and House State Affairs Committee Chairman Byron Cook (R-Corsicana).
Posted On: October 26, 2017
Discounted Rate Ends Soon!
There are only a few days left to join ATPE at the discounted rate of $125!
Posted On: October 24, 2017
Four CPE Courses You May Have Missed!
Catch up on the newest courses you may have missed on ATPE’s Professional Learning Portal.
Posted On: October 20, 2017
Texas Voter Resources
Nov. 7 is Election Day. Find out what you need to know about upcoming elections.
Posted On: October 17, 2017
Walk the Mentor Walk
Could your school benefit from a mentor program? Millsap ISD superintendent and ATPE member Deann Lee shares insight into Millsap’s program.
Posted On: October 12, 2017
What Unites Us
It’s sad that so often it takes a crisis to remind us of who we are. Yet Harvey reminded us. For a few fleeting days, we left the politics, the culture wars, and the inflamed rhetoric of cable news shows behind.
Posted On: October 10, 2017
Don’t Miss Out on Your Chance to Win a Gift Card from ATPE
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!
Posted On: October 05, 2017
Volunteer to Make a Difference
ATPE volunteers work to recruit new members, provide a valuable support network for current members, influence legislation, and represent the organization. Discover how you can make a difference in your profession today.
Posted On: October 03, 2017
“Two-Step” into Creative Writing
ATPE member Hector Cruz shares how listening to Texas music during class can fuel students’ creative writing.
Posted On: September 28, 2017
Do You Have the Facts?
In this digital age, when our students are suffering from information overload, information literacy is one of the most important skills they can have. With the internet being endless and information abundant, where can educators even begin a lesson to help students or other teachers address information literacy?
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