Posted On: March 16, 2020
A Message from ATPE Regarding COVID-19 and Your Member Benefits
As COVID-19 continues to spread, we wanted to let you know about the measures ATPE is putting into place so we can continue serving our members during this time of uncertainty.
Posted On: March 12, 2020
A Q&A with ATPE’s 2019 Associate Educator of the Year
2019 Associate Educator of the Year Cesarea Germain shares the most enjoyable part of her job, her biggest hope for Texas public schools, and more.
Posted On: March 11, 2020
Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19
The developing response to the spread of COVID-19 (commonly called the coronavirus) puts school districts and individual educators in somewhat uncharted territory. Read our new FAQ page regarding the coronavirus.
Posted On: March 10, 2020
4 Things to Know about Using ATPE’s Professional Learning Portal
As an ATPE member, you have access to our online learning portal, where you can earn continuing professional education (CPE) credits on your own time.
Posted On: March 09, 2020
Spring Break Skill Up March 18–19
General Assembly and ATPE invite you to join Spring Break Skill Up, a free online conference for educators to learn new ideas, strategies, and resources to improve their practice. Workshops will be held March 18–19.
Posted On: March 05, 2020
From TeachtheVote.org: Texas primary election results for 2020
Read all about the results of Tuesday’s Texas primary elections in this comprehensive blog post from the ATPE lobby team.
Posted On: March 05, 2020
Giving a Little to Make a Big Difference
Regional Membership Specialist Ginger Franks started the PAC’s Peak Challenge in 2010 and shares her “giving stories” about donating to ATPE-PAC over the years.
Posted On: March 03, 2020
Super Tuesday Is Here!
Today is Primary Election Day in Texas. Get out and vote!
Posted On: March 02, 2020
ATPE Lobbyist Co-writes Article for Texas Education Review Journal
ATPE Lobbyist Andrea Chevalier and Rep. Mary Gonzalez co-wrote “Teachers in a New Political Landscape,” now published in Texas Education Review
, a peer-reviewed journal from the College of Education at the University of Texas at Austin.
Posted On: February 28, 2020
How You Can Help the U.S. Census Bureau Count All Children
The 2020 census begins in March. Here’s how educators can help the U.S. Census Bureau ensure all children are counted.
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