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On Saturday, Jan. 16 at the offices of the Atlanta School Board, members of the Atlanta Association of Educators protest the scheduled reopening of Atlanta Public Schools .

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Volume 18, Issue 3

  • Spotlights on members from Troup, Paulding and Gwinnett counties.
  • Legal news on the PSC Code of Ethics enforcement
  • Update on GAE's Lawsuit on the Reopening of Georgia's Public Schools.
  • How School System Waivers are hurting public education.
  • Our GAE-recommended candidates for the U.S. Senate runoff and the importance of voting once more.
  • Welcoming our newest endorsed legislators to the State Capitol.
  • GAE Day at the Capitol, Dr. Evans' TRS Column, GAE-Retired information, and nomination information for GAE Delegates to the 2021 NEA RA.

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On Saturday, Jan. 16 at the offices of the Atlanta School Board, members of the Atlanta Association of Educators protest the scheduled reopening of Atlanta Public Schools . ...

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As a teacher, I’m glad my district offered F2F instruction. I understand the risks, but I also understand the risks to my students’ mental and physical well-being if they are not at school. Not all children are fortunate enough to have households that are able to support their educations in a virtual world. Not all students live in homes where they are safe and/or nurtured. There is so much more to school than just academic teaching. I pray that educators remain healthy, but I also pray for the students entrusted in our care.

Make it make sense. Any other teachers say this daily about district and state decision making?

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