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ATPE News Spring 2022

  • No. 3
Hear voices from the front lines of education in our latest magazine.
In This Issue


Voices from the front lines of education, resources to help you make an informed decision at the ballot box, and much more.

Burning the Candle at Both Ends: Educator Resignations and Mental Health


Three educators and one administrator reflect on the challenges, the things that keep them going, and their hopes for the future of a profession they love.

In the Trenches


ATPE members speak out on student learning loss and the way forward.

Food Fight: How two Texas school districts are working around the clock to make sure their students are fed


In light of supply-chain disruption, schools are doing their best to remain flexible and embrace substitutions so they can continue to provide nutritious meals for their students.

Be an informed voter with Teach the Vote


ATPE’s nonpartisan advocacy site has been educating voters for the past 10 years.

ATPE Summit 2022

Special Section

After two virtual ATPE summits, we are more than ready to leave our computer screens behind and gather in Grapevine for the biggest reunion ATPE members have ever seen.

In Your Neighborhood: ATPE Stories from Your Communities

Special Section

Get an inside look at what ATPE volunteers across the state are doing to recruit, retain, and rejoice with their fellow ATPE members.

What Every Educator Should Know About Classroom Discipline

Your Ally

Another pandemic-related challenge teachers are facing this school year is an increase in student misbehavior.

Why the Cool Cats and Kittens Will Vote in the Primaries

Your Voice

ATPE Lobbyist Mark Wiggins explains the importance of voting in the primaries.

Volunteer Spotlight

Special Section

Meet Cristela Rocha, Del Valle ATPE president.