To say that Texas educators have a full plate is an understatement. ATPE members give their all to their students and are constantly striving to improve Texas public education. That’s why we want to make sure we’re doing our best to support you—not the other way around.
Districts of Innovation (DOIs) can exempt themselves from certain requirements. If your district is considering becoming a DOI, ask questions and make sure you know what changes are being proposed.
Will we hand the reins of state government over to legislators who will take care of public priorities, or will we continue to let a privileged few buy the right to replace the public’s agenda with their own?
Interviewing for a new job can be a stressful process, but a little bit of preparation will go a long way toward easing your anxiety. Here are a few tips for a successful job interview, whether you’re new to the field or a veteran educator.
Two university ATPE members reflect on why they joined ATPE and what they learned at last year’s summit.
Vouchers rob the public trust to advance private enterprise. If school choice advocates really want educational options, they should focus instead of providing adequate funding for communities whose schools suffer from a depressed economy.