Posted On: July 27, 2017
Special Session Underway! Contact Your Legislators Now!
The special session is in full swing, and lawmakers are considering a number of anti-public education proposals backed by Gov. Greg Abbott and Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick. We need your help to fight these and other dangerous proposals and to stand up for our public schools and hardworking educators.
Posted On: July 25, 2017
2017 ATPE Award Winners
Congratulations to all the ATPE award winners! Winners were announced at the 2017 ATPE Summit, which was held July 10-12 in Austin.
Posted On: July 20, 2017
Turn Some New Pages This Summer
With school out, now is the perfect time to reenergize your mind with some good old-fashioned summer reading.
Posted On: July 18, 2017
Let Your Voice Be Heard
ATPE volunteer Casey Hubbard discusses how public education supporters can impact education policy and legislation between election cycles.
Posted On: July 13, 2017
Book a School Year Vacation Now
Book a staycation or road trip or a long weekend or a cruise. It doesn’t have to be fancy or cost a lot, but book it. BOOK IT NOW.
Posted On: July 07, 2017
How ATPE Fought for YOU During the Legislative Session
The 2017 legislative session was a busy one, and your ATPE Lobby Team worked tirelessly to fight off dangerous bills.
Posted On: July 05, 2017
SXSWedu Panel Submissions Now Open
Are you an expert in your field? Do you have innovative ideas to share with other educators? Find out how you can submit a proposal for SXSWedu’s PanelPicker.
Posted On: June 28, 2017
Don’t Miss These Five Unique Texas Travel Destinations
Discover Texas by combining ATPE’s travel discounts and these five hidden gems for a summer road trip.
Posted On: June 27, 2017
Learn New Skills with These Six Great Professional Development Options
Looking to learn new skills during the summer break? These professional development options will help you hone your teaching skills so that you can make 2017-18 your best teaching year yet!
Posted On: June 22, 2017
ATPE Staff Spotlight: Amanda Bernstein
ATPE is proud to bring you this series of posts from our staff members. Today’s post features Office Administrator Amanda Bernstein.
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