From TeachtheVote.org: Early Voting Begins Monday, June 29

Early voting begins Monday, June 29, 2020, for the July 14 primary runoff elections across the state of Texas. Here’s what you need to know.

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A Refresher on an Educator’s Right to Express an Opinion

During a turbulent time, some educators may be wondering what their rights are regarding expressing their opinions. ATPE takes a look at the circumstances surrounding First Amendment rights.

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ATPE Reacts to Preview of TEA’s Health Guidance for Next School Year

On June 23, drafts of TEA’s health guidance for next school year began circulating. In response, ATPE has issued a statement.

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Summertime, and a Discount Is Easy

ATPE is here to help you stretch your hard-earned dollars through our robust services and discounts program exclusive to ATPE members.

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ATPE Statement on Gov. Greg Abbott’s Return-to-Campus Announcement

State’s largest educator association awaits further guidance from Texas Education Agency.

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From The Texas Tribune: Texas Students Will Return to School Campuses this Fall, Gov. Greg Abbott Tells Lawmakers

Texas students will be returning to public schools in person this fall, Gov. Greg Abbott told state lawmakers Thursday morning.

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Celebrating Juneteenth

Juneteenth, celebrated on June 19, is the name given to Emancipation Day by African Americans in Texas. It marks the day when Union troops arrived in Galveston and announced that, by executive decree, the enslaved black people of Texas were now free.

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Meet the State Officer Candidates before Summit

At this year’s virtual summit, during our annual House of Delegates meeting, voting attendees will elect state officers. Learn more about the candidates.

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Don’t Miss Your Chance to Earn 10 Hours of CPE This Summer

Summit attendees can earn up to 10 hours of continuing professional education (CPE) credit this summer. Check out what we have in store!

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Educators cite health and safety, student learning loss as top concerns for next school year according to survey by the Association of Texas Professional Educators

More than 4,200 Texas educators surveyed on COVID-19 by state’s largest educator association.

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