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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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Looking for New Ideas for Your Classroom?

Allison Venuto, educator, ATPE member, and personal organizer, shares her top classroom procedures for the first day of school in a new course called Classroom Procedures.

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Character and Diversity in East Texas

Regional representative Mary Jo Burgess shares what makes Regions 5, 6, 7, 8, and 12 unique.

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The Good News about Texas Public Schools

ATPE's Gary Godsey discusses what's right with Texas public schools and why we should be proud of the work our educators have done. 

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President’s Message

This year, I’m excited to step into a new role as president of ATPE. Every new generation begins the same way—new ideas, new opportunities, and new challenges. I hope to offer a new generation of ideas, but I’m also grateful for the guidance of those who have come before me.

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Three Tips for Grading Papers Faster

Guest blogger Allison Venuto, a teacher and personal organizer, provides her top tips for grading papers more efficiently.

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Living in Texas, How Lucky Can I Be?

ATPE Regional Representative Diane Pokluda explains what makes Regions 9 and 11 special.

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