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KNOW Magazine Volume 6 Issue 3

 


FEATURES


A Safe Distance. It's becoming more and more common: educators falsely accused of improper conduct with their students. The National Education Association (NEA) has put together some commonsense pointers to keep you safe.

 

20 Policies that Rock Cobb County. By the end of 2007, the Cobb County Association of Educators had a lot to celebrate. The Cobb County Board of Education voted unanimously to modify and clarify existing personnel policies while adding a number of
new policies to the mix. Read on to find out how CCAE worked to score this victory.

 

@ the Capitol. Government Relations Director Marcus Downs talks to you about why it's so essential for every GAE member to become a GAE advocate. 

 

DEPARTMENTS
 

Contents

 

President's Letter

 

Editor's Note

 

Know & Tell

Mark your calendars with upcoming events. Check out the dates for the Spelling Bee. Discover helpful websites and learn more about application details for upcoming grants and scholarships.

 

 

Know It All

Can a principal withhold your monthly pay check contingent upon receiving your lesson plans? Find out what is—and what isn’t—legal on that and more with GAE's Legal Q&A. Read what your GAE executive officers candidates, and retired at-large candidate have to say. NEA RA candidate statements. Don't forget to check out photos from recent events with Happenings.

 

 

People to Know

Who would you like to get to KNOW? This is your chance to introduce one outstanding GAE member to 40,000 GAE members across the state. 

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