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KNOW Magazine Volume 8 Issue 4



What you should know about teaching in Georgia.The Code of Ethics for Educators defines the professional behavior of educators in Georgia and serves as a guide to ethical conduct. The Professional Standards Commission (or PSC) has adopted standards that represent the conduct generally accepted by the education profession.
Powerless? Or Powerful?You have the power to change the future for Georgia's students and for public education. To help you use your vote to make a difference for public education, GAE has pulled together a list of recommended candidates. Click here for Congressional Endorsements
10 Suggestions for Effective Activitism. by Paul Rogat Loeb Effective activism's a long-haul process, not "save the earth in 30 days." Here are some basic principles of how to be an effective advocate.



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Super fast and easy ways for YOU to connect with GAE and do some good for public education. Find out how you can get more involved with your Association and make a real difference in public education in Georgia and beyond.
Discover new and interestingresources--and some really cool websites. Are you saving enough for retirement? Earn money for your classroom. Celebrate the winners of the GAE Foundation scholarships.
Know your rights with GAE's Legal Q&A.You ask. We answer. See what is--and what isn't--legal with GAE's Legal Q&A. Read about the latest GAE legal victories.
Celebrating 40 Years of Advocacy. This year, GAE marks its 40th anniversary. Celebrate with us.

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