Posted On: August 14, 2020
Win up to $3,000 to Pay Your Student Loans!
One lucky first-year teacher will win up to $3,000 to pay off their student loans.
Posted On: August 13, 2020
Ideas for Learning Students' Names and Building a Community
Remote learning during spring 2020 presented a variety of challenges, and with fall 2020 expected to start online for many Texas educators, student connection is key. Here are some ideas to start establishing a community in your classroom.
Posted On: August 12, 2020
ATPE Recommends COVID-19 Staff Policies to Superintendents
ATPE continues to advocate at every opportunity for the health and safety of Texas students and educators and the preservation of the most stable learning environment possible during the pandemic.
Posted On: August 12, 2020
Strikes, Sick-outs, and Sit-ins: What You Need to Know
The ATPE Member Legal Services Department provides an overview of the laws surrounding organized work stoppages in Texas.
Posted On: August 11, 2020
2020 Census Can Help School Districts Prepare for Future Students
Learn how the census can affect new schools and educational resources.
Posted On: August 06, 2020
The Return of ATPE’s Recruitment Reward Program
Our program One New = $10 for You is back for the 2020-21 membership year.
Posted On: August 04, 2020
What to Know about Tax-Free Weekend
Texas’ famous tax-free weekend is Friday, August 7, to Sunday, August 9, this year.
Posted On: August 03, 2020
Your Rights and COVID-19: An ATPE Member Legal Services Webinar
If you were unable to join us for the live broadcast July 30 or would like to rewatch the webinar, the archived webinar is now available.
Posted On: July 31, 2020
ATPE: Statement from Top State Officials on School Reopening Does Not Help Texas Educators, Students, or Parents
State’s largest educator association responds to Gov. Greg Abbott and others’ July 31 joint statement.
Posted On: July 30, 2020
From TeachtheVote.org: Help Spread the Word about the 2020 Census
The 2020 Census is well underway, but at a smidge over 56%, Texas still has a long way to go in its response rate. Using the resources compiled by Texas Counts, here’s what educators and community stakeholders should consider as they help to get out the count in their communities.
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