Texas State Teachers Association
Affiliated with the National Education Association

Happy 4th
Happy Fourth!

Summer is finally here! Have a fun, safe and restful holiday as we celebrate our nation’s independence! TSTA offices will be closed on Monday.

Uvalde in our hearts
Uvalde in our hearts

Our prayers are with the victims and families of Uvalde. Their pain will not be forgotten. We rededicate ourselves to advocating for the change that ensures our schools become safe and welcoming places where every student can thrive.

WEP_GPO must go
WEP-GPO must go!

Many educators have their Social Security benefits reduced—or lose them entirely—due to the Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) and Government Pension Offset (GPO). Help us ensure that educators get the Social Security benefits they’ve earned. Ask Congress to fully repeal both the GPO and WEP.

Honesty in Education
Honesty in Education

We want our kids to have an education that imparts honesty about who we are, integrity in how we treat others and courage to do what’s right to build a better nation. Our goal is to ensure our public schools have empowered educators and a curriculum that helps students understand the past and prepare for the future.

Racial and social justice
Black Lives Matter at School

The Texas State Teachers Association believes that the path to racial and social justice lies with education. We have compiled resources you can use that amplify and celebrate racial and social equity in our schools, meaningful allyship, and restorative justice.

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Education News

July 1, 2022

Texas orders districts to audit, fix school security issues

State officials on Thursday ordered local school districts across Texas to audit and correct security deficiencies at their schools before the start of the next school year.

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Take Action

Vote Education First in every election!

Now is the time to get educated about the candidates and changes to the voting process.
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Lake Travis ISD approves 4-7 percent compensation increase for all staff

The Lake Travis ISD board of trustees approved a 4 percent midpoint raise for administrative staff and a 7 percent midpoint raise for all other staff at a recent board meeting.

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Tired of Abbott’s refusal to protect schools and communities from gun violence? Stop giving him money.

Now comes news that major Republican political donors, including some of Gov. Greg Abbott’s contributors, have signed an open letter supporting congressional action to increase gun restrictions following the Uvalde school shootings. That’s not enough.

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Discover all the ways we can help you!

Discover all the ways we can help you! NEA Member Benefits program offers credit cards, income protection, auto buying, travel, everyday discounts, and more.

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