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Know Magazine Vol. 3 Issue 1


Culture at Risk  A new report from the National Endowment for the Arts says fewer and fewer Americans are reading. Are we headed toward a cultural meltdown?

Rallying for Equal Rights The Clayton County Education Association is coming together to fight for the rights of their ESPs.


President's Letter

Editor's Note

Know & Tell
Read a banned book. Find out how to earn free money. See what's planned for the 2004 GAE Fall RA.

Know It All
Experience the 2004 NEA RA in Washington, D.C. Meet GAE's Associate Executive Director and read about her plans for growing GAE membership.

Legal Services
You wanted to know if it was legal...

Association Pages
Roll Call Votes

People to Know
Vickie Carson is determined to get a National Board Certified Teacher in every Georgia classroom. Read about what's she doing.

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