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KNOW Magazine Volume 5 Issue 2


FEATURES


Time for Action. Teachers in Walton County rally against their Board of Education's decision to require teachers to clock in and out using biometric time clocks.
 
Finding Hope in Change. This is the story of East Augusta Middle School, a school that believed in the power of change, and how GAE and NEA were able to help. Find out what NEA's KEYS 2.0 Initiative can do for your school.
 

DEPARTMENTS
 

President's Letter

 
Know & Tell
Mark your calendars with upcoming events. Make plans to celebrate Read Across America. Check out our newest list of awards, scholarships, and grants. Find out the details on GAE's upcoming Professional Development Conference and Legislative Conference
 
Know It All
Does your school secretary have the legal authority to send a teacher home for alleged violation of the dress code policy? Know your rights. See what is--and what isn't--legal with GAE's Legal Q&A. Read about the latest GAE legal victories and then catch up on recent GAE events.
 
 
People to Know
Active Association Representative, special education paraprofessional, and winner of the Annie Hutchinson GAE ESP of the Year Award, Peggy Smith-Mitchell talks about her experiences with Association advocacy, volunteering, and recruitment.Read on for a little inspiration. 

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