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KNOW Magazine Volume 6 - Issue 2


Code of Ethics on Teaching. Are you well-versed on the Code of Ethics on Standardized Testing? GAE wants to make sure that you know what counts as ethical versus unethical behavior. To that end, GAE has developed a simple set of testing dos and don'ts. Be sure to check it out.
HR 900: A Taxing Proposition. There's a new proposal set to come before the Georgia Legislature this upcoming session. HR 900 would revamp Georgia's tax system and possibly jeopardize funding stability for public schools. Find out what you need to know and what you can do.
GR Update. Want to know what the big legislative issues will be for the next session?

Mark your calendars with upcoming events. Check out the dates for the Legislative Conference. Discover helpful websites and learn more about application details for upcoming grants and scholarships.
What happens if a parent repeatedly uses abusive language with you? Do you know your rights? Find out what is—what isn’t—legal with GAE’s Legal Q&A. Read about the latest GAE legal victories. Don't forget to check out photos from recent events with Happenings. Want to run for NEA RA delegate, find out how.
As a sixth grade social studies teacher and former police officer, Bob Hague has dedicated his career to making a difference in the lives of students. Recently he was named Cobb County's Middle School Teacher of the Year. Read on to find out why.
Join GAE for another year of spelling. Tips for creating a Read Across America event at your school.

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