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How to Get Ready for the New School Year

Educators, parents, and students face an unusual semester as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to interrupt normal classroom instruction. How can you prepare for whatever lies ahead?

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If You Don’t Feel Safe Returning to Campus, What Rights & Options Do You Have?

In this webcast from the ATPE Member Legal Services Department, we discuss accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act, paid and unpaid leave options, and more.

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From Teachers and Suffrage: Remembering the 19th Amendment a Century Later

August 18, 2020, marks the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment’s ratification. ATPE Lobbyist Andrea Chevalier discusses the contributions of teachers in securing the right to vote.

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Latest Edition of ATPE News Magazine Now Online

The Fall 2020 issue of our award-winning magazine is now available online. In this issue: Explore our Portrait of a Pandemic feature, learn what Texas civics education stakeholders are working on, and read our special Members Speak column about the trauma of racial injustice and its effects on students.

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Safety with Cleaning Chemicals

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a shortage of personal protective equipment and cleaning supplies. Although there are safe do-it-yourself measures you can take when cleaning products are in short supply, mixing common household chemicals can prove hazardous. 

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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2020 Census Can Help School Districts Prepare for Future Students

Learn how the census can affect new schools and educational resources.

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