Posted On: August 14, 2018
Texas Cultural Trust Spotlights Artistic Excellence
A number of nonprofit organizations, including ATPE, are partnering with the Texas Cultural Trust in one of their other core initiatives, the Art Can initiative, to help improve Texas public schools.
Posted On: August 09, 2018
ATPE Builds Connections for First-Year Teacher
Your first year as a teacher is a challenging but exciting time, and ATPE is here to make the road as smooth as possible.
Posted On: August 07, 2018
Uke Can Do It!
Learn how one ATPE member started a ukulele club on her campus.
Posted On: August 02, 2018
Welcome ATPE’s 2018-19 State Officers
On July 12, ATPE members gathered at summit to elect a new slate of officers for the coming year.
Posted On: July 31, 2018
Joe Straus Awarded ATPE’s Highest Honor
Straus was honored by thousands of teachers across Texas for his advocacy and defense of public education during his tenure.
Posted On: July 26, 2018
PAC Award Deadline Coming Soon
The 2017-18 ATPE-PAC award year is coming to a close! Have you checked on your PAC donations for the current award year?
Posted On: July 24, 2018
2018 ATPE Award Winners
Congratulations to all the ATPE award winners! Winners were announced at the 2018 ATPE Summit, which was held July 11-13 in Dallas.
Posted On: July 19, 2018
A New Way to Be an Education Advocate
Looking for a new way to support your profession and make connections with fellow ATPE members? Consider becoming an ATPE-PAC Diplomat!
Posted On: July 18, 2018
Find your Fit at ATPE
Which Membership Category Should You Join in 2018-19?
Posted On: July 10, 2018
Using Twitter to keep informed during ATPE Summit and Beyond
Social media is how most of us keep in touch with each other and the world around us. With ATPE Summit happening this week, we wanted to provide a quick refresher on one of the most popular—and surprisingly impactful—social media platforms out there today: Twitter.
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