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KNOW Magazine Volume 5 Issue 3


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Beyond Dr. Seuss: Getting to the Heart of NEA's Read Across America. How will you celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday and NEA’s Read Across America this year? Start by going behind the scenes of RAA and find out how you can unleash your inner Cat in the Hat
 
 
The Georgia Commission on the Holocaust Presents Anne Frank in the World: 1929-1945. Sylvia Wygoda, Executive Director of the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust, takes GAE members on a special tour of the Anne Frank in the World: 1929-1945 exhibit at the Old Courthouse in downtown Decatur, Georgia. Find out how you can bring the exhibit to your school.

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President's Letter

 
Mark your calendars with upcoming events. Find out how to apply for the GAE Human Relations & Outstanding Administrator awards. Follow a few quick links to some of our favorite websites. Join us in congratulating the newest 2006 National Board Certified Teachers.
 
 
What should you do if you request leave to take care of a sick parent and it’s denied? Know your rights. See what is—and what isn’t—legal with GAE’s Legal Q&A. Read the latest GAE legal victories, and then catch up on recent GAE events.
 
 
Sandra Wilcher is a school social worker in Lowndes County and winner of the 2006 School Social Worker of the Year award from the School Social Worker Association of Georgia. Sandra Wilcher talks about the role of the school social worker and her philosophy on education.

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