Help Public Education Reach the Top When You Teach, Give, and Vote

You can help public education reach the top when you teach, give, and vote.
The 10th Annual PAC’s Peak Challenge kicked off February 1 and runs through May 1. Our goal is to raise $20,000 for your ATPE Political Action Committee (ATPE-PAC) so we can continue to amplify ATPE’s legislative agenda in Austin. Give today at
You commit yourself to your profession and your students every day—whether you’re ensuring students arrive safely at school, keeping the campus running smoothly from the secretary’s desk, or instilling knowledge in the classroom. You give Texans reasons to be proud.
You shape the makeup of the Texas Legislature. Your financial support enables ATPE-PAC to make strategic contributions to candidates and officeholders who will fight for your profession. Need proof? Three out of four pro-public education candidates who received an ATPE-PAC donation during the 2018 general election won their races.
You make your voice heard. The 86th legislative session was dubbed the “session of public education” by Capitol insiders. Pro-public education advocates witnessed our hard work pay off as legislators voted to boost funding for public schools, increase salaries, and provide retired teachers a 13th check.
What happens next depends on you! If you want public education issues to remain at the forefront of the 2021 legislative session, we must work together in 2020 by voting and backing ATPE-PAC.
Remember: None of your dues dollars go to ATPE-PAC. In order to stay funded, ATPE-PAC depends solely on voluntary donations from ATPE members like you!
ATPE-PAC solicits contributions only from ATPE members, employees, and their families. Participation in ATPE-PAC is voluntary. Members can contribute any amount or nothing at all without affecting their ATPE membership status, rights, or benefits.
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