Check Out the Spring 2021 Magazine Online

The Spring 2021 issue of our award-winning magazine is now available online! 

Our Spring 2021 issue includes three extra-large feature packages:

  • In our cover story, we dive into the world of “teacher TikTok” and discover how educators are using this video-sharing platform to connect with one another.
  • Then, find out how Community ISD expanded its career and technical education program to 11 pathways in under three years.
  • In our third feature, we speak with several clinicians and public health professionals about the toll COVID-19 is taking on students’ and educators’ mental health.

Plus:

  • Staying on the COVID-19 front, this issue also includes an infographic of the most compelling responses from ATPE-conducted, educator-focused surveys from 2020.
  • In Your Ally, learn what you need to know about resignations and contract releases.
  • In Your Voice, understand why ATPE is asking the state to prioritize school funding issues in light of COVID-19.
  • In Members Speak, Arlington ATPE member Stephanie Hudson writes about the realities of homebound instruction during the pandemic.
  • Finally, we offer some tips to stay hydrated.

As always, you will also learn how your association continues to support efforts to elevate public education in Texas. 
 

ATPE Marketing & Communications publishes the ATPE News magazine four times a year and is always looking for member-written content, thoughts, and ideas! Whether you instituted something innovative in your district or want to speak on the importance of a topic dear to your heart, we would love to hear from you. Visit atpe.org/magazine to view our submission guidelines.

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