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How to Stay Healthy: New Webinar with It’s Time Texas

Join It’s Time Texas for a discussion about how educators can stay healthy physically and mentally as Texans continue to navigate the pandemic and prepare for the upcoming cold and flu season.

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Celebrate Constitution Day

Constitution Week kicks off on September 17, also known as Constitution Day, and runs through September 23. This national observance recognizes the importance of this historical document and encourages Americans to study and commemorate our history as a nation.

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It’s Time for The Lee Report

Join ATPE State President Jimmy Lee on September 24 for the first edition of The Lee Report—where you’ll learn about the latest Texas education happenings and how ATPE is advocating on your behalf.

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Thank-You to Our 2020 ATPE Political Action Committee Honorees

At the 2020 ATPE Summit, the Political Action Committee honorees were recognized for their donations to the ATPE-PAC for the 2018-19 membership year. 

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ATPE Opposes School Privatization Provisions in Senate Majority Leader McConnell’s Relief Legislation

Nation’s largest independent educator association opposes bill that would fund private school vouchers that have nothing to do with COVID-19 relief for public schools.

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Be the Voice of ATPE on Your Campus

Become an ATPE campus representative today—find out more about this rewarding volunteer leader role.

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ATPE Congratulates 2021 Texas Teacher of the Year Finalists

Two ATPE members among finalists for Texas Teacher of the Year, Texas Secondary Teacher of the Year award.

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Resources for New Teachers

Check out this resource roundup for tips and guides to help you navigate your first year.

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ATPE: "An Across-the-Board Approach to Budget Cuts Could Hurt At-Risk & Disadvantaged Populations"

State’s largest educator association recommends more strategic approach to cuts to maintain educational equity for Texas students.

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From So, You’re Thinking about Voting by Mail?

The first week of September means two important things for voters: Make sure you are registered to vote, and decide if you are going to vote by mail.

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