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KNOW Magazine Volume 3 Issue 4



FEATURES


Where Have All The Men Gone? There are three million public school teachers in the U.S. Only 21 percent of that workforce is male. Is the profession of education gender-biased or gender-balanced?
Sine Die. The end of Georgia's Legislative Session. The 40 days of the Legislative Session have ended. Truthfully, at the end of the 2005 session, there weren't many things for GAE members to get excited about. The days were hard and the nights were long.

DEPARTMENTS

President's Letter

Editor's Note

Know & Tell
Discover some cool summer programs. Check out the brand new TRS website. See what some GAE members have planned for the summer. And then relax with one of GAE's featured books.

Know It All
What happens when you're assaulted by a student and then told not to report it? Know your rights. See what is--and what isn't--legal with GAE's LEgal Q&A. Read about GAE's latest legal victories. Then catch up on recent GAE events--from the Student Conference to our LEgislative conference and Spring RA.

Association Pages
Roll Call Votes. Elected NEA Delegates.
People to Know
Meet Newton High School's Future Teachers Club. Together, they've set up a Read Across America reading program at a local elementary school, worked in classroom, and along the way--learned if they have what it takes to make a difference in public education.

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