Posted On: August 18, 2020
Latest Edition of ATPE News Magazine Now Online
The Fall 2020 issue of our award-winning magazine is now available online.
In this issue:
- Explore our Portrait of a Pandemic feature: As the 2020-21 school year approaches, Texas public school educators prepare for the unknown.
- Learn how civics education stakeholders in Texas are working to ensure students become participatory citizens.
- In a special Members Speak column, ATPE member Scoie Green, a professional communications educator, explains how her colleagues can examine the trauma of racial injustice and its effects on students and their school experiences.
- Understand the limits on freedom of expression for public school employees in our latest legal column from ATPE Managing Attorney Paul Tapp.
- During a time when government officials at all levels need to find solutions to the COVID-10 pandemic, we’re seeing how the power of the educator vote is all the more important. Read more from ATPE Governmental Relations Director Jennifer Mitchell.
- ATPE member Morgan Castillo, a 2020 H-E-B Excellence in Education Award recipient, speaks about the importance of authenticity, passion, and daring to try new things.
- Find your green thumb in our latest Brain Break—a compilation of a variety of indoor plants that can survive with minimum effort.
As always, you will also learn how your association continues to support efforts to elevate public education in Texas.
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