Bullying is a growing concern among educators. The AFT has taken steps to provide training and materials for school employees to better address and stop student bullying. In addition, we have materials available for employees to stop workplace bullying as it may pertain to a co-worker, supervisor, or employer.
Should you sign a document that you do not agree with?
Harassment can take many forms and often is hard to prove. Here are some things you can do to protect yourself.
Answers to frequently asked questions about state personal leave.
How do I remove a violent child from my classroom? What do I do with a child who is disrupting learning for other children in my classroom?
What are your rights as a probationary employee?
Do I have to pay for textbooks my student lose?
The Educator Code of Conduct provides rules of conduct for Texas school district employees. This section includes the Code of Conduct for Ethical Conduct Toward Students.
School employees can expect to be treated with dignity and respect. The code of conduct outlines the standards by which employees can expect to be treated and how they must treat their colleagues.
A question that is faced by our members at all times of the year are the rules governing preparation and planning periods. Frequently administrators seek to use prep periods to gain flexibility in special programs and during test administration.