Teach the Vote has a brand-new look
Date Posted: 12/15/2020
Since 2012, ATPE’s Teach the Vote has been a go-to resource for the Texas public education community, providing an issues-focused look at candidates’ and officeholders’ stances on education issues. The launch of our advocacy blog in 2013 added news and analysis from the ATPE Governmental Relations team to the mix.
Now, in advance of the 87th Legislature, Teach the Vote has a new contemporary design. We hope you enjoy our new look, and if you have any feedback as you peruse the site, please contact ATPE at email@example.com.
We look forward to continuing to enhance the site and provide ATPE members and the entire Texas public education community with information they can count on.
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