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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ATPE Urges Caution in Interpreting Results of A-F Rating System

The Texas Education Agency (TEA) issued the first round of A-F letter-grade ratings to Texas public school districts on August 15.

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Texas Cultural Trust Spotlights Artistic Excellence

A number of nonprofit organizations, including ATPE, are partnering with the Texas Cultural Trust in one of their other core initiatives, the Art Can initiative, to help improve Texas public schools.

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ATPE Builds Connections for First-Year Teacher

Your first year as a teacher is a challenging but exciting time, and ATPE is here to make the road as smooth as possible.

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Uke Can Do It!

Learn how one ATPE member started a ukulele club on her campus.

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Welcome ATPE’s 2018-19 State Officers

On July 12, ATPE members gathered at summit to elect a new slate of officers for the coming year.

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Joe Straus Awarded ATPE’s Highest Honor

Straus was honored by thousands of teachers across Texas for his advocacy and defense of public education during his tenure.

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PAC Award Deadline Coming Soon

The 2017-18 ATPE-PAC award year is coming to a close! Have you checked on your PAC donations for the current award year?

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2018 ATPE Award Winners

Congratulations to all the ATPE award winners! Winners were announced at the 2018 ATPE Summit, which was held July 11-13 in Dallas.

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A New Way to Be an Education Advocate

Looking for a new way to support your profession and make connections with fellow ATPE members? Consider becoming an ATPE-PAC Diplomat!

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