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KNOW Magazine Volume 4 Issue 3


Why We're Advocates. Join GAE at the Capitol for the Legislative Session. Learn how you can get involved, stay informed, and advocate for public education and public educators.
How Far Would You Go to Save a Child? Brenda Johnson has spent nearly 20 years working as an attendance officer in Sparks, Georgia. She's tracked students through the mud, helped parents secure housing loans, painted houses and cleaned carpets to keep her students enrolled in schools. For Brenda, her work has become a mission.


President's Letter

Know & Tell
Read what GAE members have to say about proposed Senate Bill 347. Check out our newest list of awards, scholarships, and grants. Arrange for Shakespearean actors to visit your school. Find out all the details about GAE's Student Conference.
Know It All
It's contract time. What happens if you're told to sign a letter of intent or else resign? Know your rights.
See what is--and what isn't--legal with GAE's Legal Q&A. Read about GAE's latest Legal Wins. 
People to Know
Meet Liz Gould. She retired from teaching after more than 30 years. Now she dedicates her time to advocating for public education and public educators. Join her at the Capitol. 

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