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KNOW Magazine Volume 7 Issue 3
 

 


 
FEATURES


GAE goes to Washington. The Georgia Association of Educators and the National Education Association have gone to Washington, D.C. to lobby for the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. Find out why.

 

Operation: Take A Stand. The Georgia Association of Educators' Plan of Action To Bring Positive Change to Public Education. Here's a hint. It involves YOU.

 

GAE Online Election. Find out how to vote in GAE's Online Election.
 

DEPARTMENTS
 

Contents

 

President's Letter

 

Association ALERTS

Take action for your profession, your association, and yourself. Find out simple ways you can make big changes.
 
Discover new and interesting web resources. Apply for a GAE Foundation Scholarship. Get the 411 on upcoming conferences and workshops. Check out the seven tips for handling classroom conflict. See who just achieved National Board Certification status.

 
Know your rights with GAE's Legal Q&A. Do you know what you need before you sign your next contract? You ask. We answer. See what is--and what isn't--legal with GAE's Legal Q&A.
 
 
Find out how to vote in GAE's Online Election. Proposed Amendments to the GAE Constitution and Bylaws. 2009 Candidates Statements for NEA Director, GAE At-Large Directors and GAE District Directors. 2009 NEA RA Candidates Statements. Election Notice: Student Members!!! Take the lead in your GAE. Submit your nomination forms ASAP! 
 

People to Know

Meet Theodor Geisel, a.k.a. Dr. Seuss, the creator of that infamous cat in that glorious red and white hat.
 
 

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