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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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Confronting Learning Loss after COVID-19

The full scope of the “COVID slide” will not be known for a while, but researchers have already started looking into it.

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A Q&A with ATPE’s 2020 Administrator of the Year

2020 Administrator of the Year Kellye Loving shares her favorite part of the job and why she likes to dress up in costumes.

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How to Watch Professional Development Sessions & Claim CPE Credit from the 2020 ATPE Summit

Summit attendees had the opportunity to earn up to 10 hours of CPE credit. Here’s how to watch those sessions on demand and claim continuing professional education (CPE) hours.

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Enter to Win $500 for Your First Classroom

Attention new teachers! Join ATPE and be entered to win a $500 classroom makeover.

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From ATPE’s Timeline of COVID-19 in Texas and Our Association’s Response

Check out ATPE’s new timeline of COVID-19 education-related developments in Texas.

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Amplify Student Voices with Flipgrid

Every student has a distinct voice and learning process. The interactive video discussion platform Flipgrid provides educators a chance to hear from each.

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ATPE Member Brings Thermal Imaging Technology to District

With the threat of COVID-19 changing the course of the 2020-21 school year, districts are seeking new ways to keep students and staff safe. ATPE member Ty Morrow spearheaded an effort to bring thermal imaging technology to his home district.

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Facilitating Remote Learning: Resources from UT Austin

The OnRamps Distance Learning Catalog, a signature initiative of the University of Texas at Austin, has partnered with the Texas Education Agency to offer five of its modules to teachers for free.

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