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From TeachtheVote.org: Governor Abbott discusses vaccine distribution in Texas

The governor discussed COVID-19 vaccines at a morning press conference, expressing hope that teachers will be vaccinated early.

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ATPE University Sponsor Looks Back on 37-Year Long Career

Longtime ATPE leader, champion of new teachers, and lifelong educator Rene Zúñiga, Ed.D., is retiring in December and spoke with ATPE about his career and the importance of supporting students and new teachers.

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ATPE Urges Congress to Extend Federal COVID-19-Related Paid Sick Leave Benefits into 2021

The conditions that necessitated paid sick leave extensions as part of COVID-19 relief continue to exist, even with potential vaccine arrival, says Texas’ largest educator association.

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Reading Lists for All Ages for the Winter Break

Winter break (during a pandemic) is a great time to catch up on some reading. Here are some reading lists for you and your students.

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PAEMST Nominations and Applications for 2021 Are Now Open

Sign up to apply (or nominate a fellow educator) for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching by March 1, 2021.

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ATPE Shares Statement on 2020-21 A-F Ratings Pause

The largest educator association in Texas grateful that the Texas Education Agency has listened to its concerns regarding accountability, STAAR mandates during COVID-19 pandemic.

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Sessions from SXSW EDU 2020 Now on ATPE’s Professional Learning Portal

We’ve added three new courses to our Professional Learning Portal—just in time for the winter break. Check out these three sessions from SXSW EDU 2020.

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ATPE Releases Top Priorities for 87th Texas Legislative Session

State’s largest educator association is urging lawmakers to prioritize public education funding and waive standardized testing requirements in light of pandemic.

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A Roundup of ATPE’s Latest Advocacy Efforts Regarding COVID-19

As the Texas education community deals with the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, ATPE continues to advocate for its members and students. Here’s a roundup of ATPE’s latest advocacy efforts.

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ATPE Statement on Access to COVID-19 Vaccines for Texas Public Educators

Read ATPE's response to plans for distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine.

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