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From professional development to in-depth trainings on your professional rights, our union has what it takes to stand strong and to stand up for our members.

Texas AFT members are encouraged to explore the many resources available. For additional information, contact our union by calling toll-free 1-800-222-3827.

Disaster Relief & Emergency Preparedness

We’re entering an era that will likely bring more extreme weather and natural disasters, including hurricanes, droughts, wildfires and floods that will affect our members and the communities they serve. We must be prepared. | Visit our Page

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COVID-19 Resources

Our state and national unions have a number of resources dedicated to COVID-19 response, including recorded webinars on your professional rights and your FMLA and ADA rights. We update these resources on a regular basis, so we encourage you to check back frequently. Visit our page

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Know Your Rights

Educators and support professionals have legal rights. Do you know what they are? Understanding your rights as an employee is important, and our union wants you to have the power to enforce them. Our resource page highlights some of the most frequently asked questions we receive. For questions, contact us at 1-800-222-3827. | Visit our page

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Bridges Institute for Professional Development

Our Texas AFT Bridges Institute for Professional Development is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization devoted to providing professional development and educational resources to Texas educators. Check for upcoming events. | Visit our page

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Share My Lesson

Share My Lesson is designed by educators, for educators. The award-winning, AFT-exclusive Share My Lesson is a one-stop destination for high-quality, educator-developed and educator-vetted resources for your classroom use. | Visit our Page

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