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From 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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From Schools Receive Updated TEA Guidance on Closures, Reflecting New Advice from Attorney General

Texas public schools got another round of advice from multiple state officials on when they should resume on-campus instruction. What they didn't get are clear, unbiased decision-making criteria.

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ATPE Statement on July 28 Texas Education Agency Guidance and AG Guidance

ATPE weighs in on updated TEA guidance, Attorney General's opinion: We need leadership and criteria for reopening campuses, not a political competition between state and local officials

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Meet ATPE’s 2020-21 State Officers

ATPE members gathered online July 9 during the virtual ATPE Summit to elect a new slate of officers for the coming membership year.

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Your Rights and COVID-19: An ATPE Member Legal Services Webinar

This is a confusing and stressful time for educators. That’s why the ATPE Member Legal Services Department is hosting a webinar July 30 to answer educators’ most common questions.

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PAC Award Deadline Approaching

The 2019-20 ATPE-PAC award year ends soon! Have you checked your PAC donations for the current award year?

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ATPE Announces 2020 Charles Pickitt Educator of the Year Award Winners

ATPE, Texas’ largest educators’ association, honors educators from across the state at its inaugural virtual Summit.

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From BREAKING: TEA Issues New Reopening Guidance; ATPE Deems it Insufficient to Ensure Safety

The updated guidance continues to miss the mark by imposing arbitrary time limits not tied to any statewide, medically determined standard reflecting the actual risk of viral spread.

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Finding the Best Fit: A Breakdown of ATPE’s Membership Categories

If your employment status is changing for the upcoming 2020-21 school year, you need to make sure to renew your ATPE membership in the correct category. Here’s is a breakdown of our membership categories.

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2020 ATPE Award Winners

Congratulations to this year’s ATPE award winners! Winners were announced at the first-ever virtual ATPE Summit July 6–10.

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