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Let Officials Know You Oppose Weakened Standards for Superintendents

ATPE has been working hard to fight proposals to weaken the standards for becoming a certified superintendent in Texas. Find out how to let your opinion be heard.

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Meet Your ATPE Board Members: Michael Sweet (Region 1)

ATPE is proud to bring you this series of posts from your board members. Today’s post is from Region 1 Director Michael Sweet.

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ATPE Is a Champion for Texas Educators

ATPE member Andrea Keller shares what it’s like to be part of an organization that fights for Texas public schools and educators.

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Register Now for the Texas ASCD Conference

The Texas ASCD 2015 Annual Conference will be held October 25-27 at the Austin Renaissance Hotel in Austin, Texas.

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I love, I love, I love my calendar girl
Yeah, sweet calendar girl
I love, I love, I love my calendar girl
Each and every day of the year
- Lyrics from Calendar Girl

Teacher and personal organizer Allison Venuto shares her tips for using a personal calendar. 

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Read the Newest Edition of ATPE News

The Fall edition of our award-winning magazine is online now.

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Why I’m a Member of ATPE

Guest blogger Caitlin Andrews explains what she loves about being a member of ATPE.

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Behind the Scenes with Alex Alkire

Guest blogger Alex Alkire shares her list of the top 5 most important things that happen behind the scenes for new Texas teachers.

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History and Heritage Merge in the Dallas Area

Regional Representative Becki Girouard shares what she loves about the Dallas area (Region 10).

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ATPE Is Just Different

ATPE member Dr. Kenneth Poppe explains what makes ATPE stand out from its competitors.

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