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KNOW Magazine Volume 5 Issue 1


How Far Would You Go to Save a Child? We conclude this three-part series with two DeKalb County elementary counselors who found a way to combat violence with education.
Banned in Lowndes County When books written by Barbara Kingsolver and Toni Morrison were banned from school, two Valdosta English teachers put their careers and reputations on the line to fight against censorship and for academic freedom in their classrooms. Find out why this was a fight they couldn't walk away from.

Check out GAE's 2006-2007 Professional Development Guide. Find out how GAE Professional Development can help you--from National Board Certification to professional development trainings.

President's Letter

Know & Tell
Mark your calendars with upcoming events. Get ready to celebrate American Education Week
. Check out our newest list of awards, scholarships, and grants. Find out all the details about the GAE Fall RA in Athens, GA. 
Know It All
Can a principal change your evaluation? Know your rights. See what is--and what isn't--legal with GAE's Legal Q&A. Read about the latest GAE legal victories. Then catch up on recent GAE events.
People to Know
Meet Connie Jackson, a special education teacher and mom of three boys. As one of the Cobb County Association of Educators' top recruiters, her enthusiasm is contagious. 

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