How COVID-19 Safety Procedures Helped Shift Campus Culture at One Texas School

ATPE member Jennifer Orona of Rice CISD shares some insights about her school’s experience with face-to-face instruction during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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A Q&A with ATPE’s 2020 Associate Educator of the Year

2020 Associate Educator of the Year Tanya Crites shares what she loves about her job and the story of how she became a bus driver.

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Democracy Powered by You(th) Empowers Students to Get Out the Vote

This election year, it’s more important than ever for students to learn about civics—find out more about the brand-new voter registration competition that offers this opportunity.

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Don’t Delay! Join ATPE by September 30 for Immediate Access to Member Benefits

The last day to join ATPE without a 30-day wait for employment rights defense insurance is just around the corner.

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Registration for TRS-Care Virtual Info Sessions Now Available

TRS-Care virtual info sessions will help retired and near-retired public education employees learn more about various TRS-Care plans for 2021.

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Happy National Voter Registration Day!

It’s National Voter Registration Day across the United States. Are you registered to vote? When’s the last time you checked your voter registration status? Looking for voter resources? We’ve got you covered!

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A Q&A with ATPE’s 2020 Special Services Educator of the Year

2020 Special Services Educator of the Year Aiesha Odutayo shares what inspired her to become an educator and what she enjoys most about her job.

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Celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month

National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15–October 15) honors the cultures, contributions, and history of Hispanic and Latino Americans.

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How to Stay Healthy: New Webinar with It’s Time Texas

Join It’s Time Texas for a discussion about how educators can stay healthy physically and mentally as Texans continue to navigate the pandemic and prepare for the upcoming cold and flu season.

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Celebrate Constitution Day

Constitution Week kicks off on September 17, also known as Constitution Day, and runs through September 23. This national observance recognizes the importance of this historical document and encourages Americans to study and commemorate our history as a nation.

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