Posted On: January 05, 2017
Does Your School District’s Insurance Protect You?
Texas educators often don’t know what legal protection they receive from their district. ATPE debunks some of the myths about your district’s legal protection.
Posted On: January 03, 2017
8 Steps to Starting a Successful Student Club on Your Campus
Starting a club for students is a great way to provide a special place for students to belong and to encourage them to build relationships with their peers. Here are eight tips to help you start a student club.
Posted On: December 15, 2016
Q&A with the Texas Homeless Education Office
ATPE talked to the Texas Homeless Education Office about the challenges of educating homeless students in Texas public schools and what teachers can do to help.
Posted On: December 13, 2016
7 Tips for Maintaining a Happy, Healthy Life While Working in the Classroom
From teaching reading skills to keeping students from getting too rowdy to making lessons plans, teaching is more than a full-time job. This might mean you don’t feel as though you have the time to prioritize your personal health and nutrition. But for your students to thrive, you have to thrive, too!
Posted On: December 08, 2016
Read the Newest Edition of ATPE News
The Winter 2016 edition of our award-winning ATPE News is now available online
Posted On: December 06, 2016
Planning Your Winter Vacation? Don’t Forget These ATPE Travel Discounts
Are you planning your winter break travels now? Don’t forget to take advantage of your ATPE travel discounts!
Posted On: December 01, 2016
ATPE Staff Spotlight
ATPE is proud to bring you this series of posts from our staff members. Today’s post features Staff Attorney Judd Gibson.
Posted On: November 30, 2016
Priorities for the 85th Texas Legislature
The 85th Texas Legislature convenes Jan. 10, 2017. For 140 days, lawmakers will debate thousands of bills, including many dealing with public education.
Posted On: November 29, 2016
Have you tried flexible seating in your classroom yet? ATPE members weigh in on flexible seating and discuss how they’ve addressed problems in their classrooms.
Posted On: November 18, 2016
Member Q&A: Laura Herrera
In college, I developed a love for geography, places, and travelling. I wanted to be able to impart that love to others, so I decided to become a social studies teacher. What better way to share experiences and history of places around the world than to teach about them?
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