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SXSW EDU Announces Plans for Digital Experience in 2021

As event organizers across the country begin to re-imagine how people can experience festivals and concerts in the coming year, SXSW is no different. SXSW EDU will take its 2021 conference virtual.

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You May Be Eligible for Student Loan Assistance

Educators with certain types of student loans may qualify for partial loan forgiveness, deferment, or cancellation benefits. This article outlines several options available. 

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Early Voting Is Here!

Early voting for the general election starts today, October 13, and runs through Friday, October 30, 2020.

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Texas Education Professional Anti-Body Testing

The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) School of Public Health would like to invite Texas educators to participate in the Texas Coronavirus Antibody Response Survey (Texas CARES).

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Need School Supplies? It’s Not Too Late to Stock Up!

The school year may be in full swing, but it’s not too late to stock up on supplies for your classroom. Take advantage of the savings your membership provides. 

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October Is Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Today’s focus on technology poses amazing advancements for the world of education but also may create potential dangers. Here are some tips and resources to consider during this year’s National Cybersecurity Awareness Month.

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ATPE Members Continue to Rise to the Occasion

Thank you, ATPE members, for your support during the 10th Annual PAC’s Peak Challenge. Here’s how your donation and your vote can go a long way during the upcoming general election.

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ATPE Launches "Positive Referrals" Newsletter, Available October 12

New ATPE email newsletter shares positive, fun news from the world of #publiceducation every other Tuesday.

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ATPE Celebrates World Teachers’ Day with Socially Distant Classroom Contest

ATPE wants to celebrate educators’ creativity in the classroom, virtually and in-person; two winners will each receive $50 Amazon gift cards.

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ATPE: "School districts need flexibility without additional strings from TEA"

Largest Texas educator association again urges use of health-related criteria to guide data-driven decisions on returning to campus.

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