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  • Rights at Night is a direct result of members' questions during a recent Zoom town hall meeting. It was decided that in order to keep members informed, GAE would conduct periodic Zoom meetings on topics of interest to the membership.
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A conversation can be the first step in creating the welcoming and just schools our students deserve. Join us on May 19 to explore ways to get dialogues about racial justice started in your classroom: https://bit.ly/3vPINwn

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KNOW Magazine
Volume 19, Issue 1

  • THE RACIST ORIGINS OF PRIVATE SCHOOL VOUCHERS - How a rural community was thrust into the history books more than 60 years ago.
  • A VOUCHER BY ANY OTHER NAME IS STILL A VOUCHER - As some of you may remember, we began discussing this subject nearly 25 years ago. Some things never change.
  • LEGAL NEWS - GAE Legal Services highlights include “Right-To-Work” And “At-Will” Employment and GAE Member Wins Certification Upgrade.
  • 2021 LEGISLATOR HONORS - GAE is proud to announce its 2021 Legislative Honors.
  • 2021 LEGISLATIVE SESSION SUMMARY - GAE’s summary of the 2021 session of the Georgia General Assembly.
  • UPDATES ON THE EFFORT TO REPEAL GPO/WEP - GAE members tell their stories of how the policies have impacted them and others.
  • GAE-RETIRED - Topics include: “From the President,” “Fighting Hard,” and “Fill Your Cup.”
  • TEACHERS RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF GEORGIA COLUMN - TRS Executive Director Dr. Buster Evans

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A conversation can be the first step in creating the welcoming and just schools our students deserve. Join us on May 19 to explore ways to get dialogues about racial justice started in your classroom: bit.ly/3vPINwn ...

A conversation can be the first step in creating the welcoming and just schools our students deserve. Join us on May 19 to explore ways to get dialogues about racial justice started in your classroom: https://bit.ly/3vPINwn
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