Posted On: May 31, 2018
Meet the May Volunteer of the Month, Patsy Bulos
Get to know your fellow ATPE volunteers through our volunteer recognition program, Volunteer of the Month. This month’s honor goes to Patsy Bulos of El Paso ATPE.
Posted On: May 30, 2018
Avoiding the Summer Slide
In the fight against summer learning loss, schools and teachers are parents’ and students’ No. 1 source for information and ways to protect against it. Here are a few tips to avoid that pesky summer brain drain.
Posted On: May 29, 2018
Summer Reading for Educators and Students
Need a book recommendation for yourself or your students this summer? Look no further!
Posted On: May 24, 2018
Read the Newest Edition of ATPE News
The Summer 2018 edition of our award-winning magazine is now available online
. In this issue: how to help students who struggle with food insecurity, summer reading lists for you and your students, and info on what duties can be required of you.
Posted On: May 22, 2018
Vote in Primary Runoffs Today
The runoffs are here! The runoffs are here! Are you ready? Primary runoff elections are today, and certain state and federal candidates will be selected for the big contest in November.
Posted On: May 17, 2018
Got Questions about ATPE? We’ve Got Answers!
Join ATPE State President Carl Garner for his quarterly conference call to answer members' questions.
Posted On: May 16, 2018
Shape the Future of ATPE
Learn how you can shape the future of ATPE and gain valuable leadership skills.
Posted On: May 15, 2018
Our executive director, Gary Godsey, reflects on the state of testing in Texas after watching his grandson struggle with extreme test anxiety.
Posted On: May 10, 2018
ATPE Launches Texas Education Headlines Newsletter
ATPE’s newest web project is a weekly newsletter dedicated to bringing you the latest education news from across Texas, the United States, and the world—plus tips and social media trends!
Posted On: May 08, 2018
Happy Teacher Appreciation Day from ATPE!
Happy Teacher Appreciation Day from ATPE! To celebrate the great teachers across this state, we asked ATPE staff members to share memories of their favorite teachers.
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