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Bringing the hashtag to teacher professional development

It's 8 p.m. on a Sunday evening. Dinner is finished, and the dishes have been put away. It's time to get ready for another busy week at school. For many teachers, this is also a great time to engage in much-needed professional development with their peers. At this hour,...

source: By Brian Stack
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During NAPT's Annual Summit this November, elections will be held for directors of Region 2 and Region 4. These positions are currently held by Barry Sudduth, CDPT (Region 2 – Stafford County Public Schools, Virginia) and Kenny Mulder, CDPT (Region 4 – Special...

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On July 17 NAPT Executive Director Mike Martin was a co-presenter for Safe Routes to School National Partnership's webinar. Student transportation departments usually focus on school buses, but they have the potential to do much more. This webinar, Buses, Boots, and Bicycles:...

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Stay up-to-date on industry news and interesting stories from around the nation. Like NAPT on Facebook: Stay in touch and share your news with all of your NAPT friends! Follow NAPT on Twitter: Get real-time information from NAPT and our industry partners, and pass along...

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NAPT's annual America's Best Training and Skills Competition is coming to Kansas City, MO November 7-11, in conjunction with our 40th Annual Summit: Driving Innovation. The popular safety program offers a great opportunity to: show...

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The clock is ticking on the early registration rate…only days left to save $100 on your NAPT Annual Summit registration. The full conference rate goes up to $399 this Friday, August 1. Take advantage of this great discount...register online today! Prefer paper?...

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Derrick. Benjamin. Hailey. Logan. Cooper. Anna. Mason Ryan. Bella. Alejandra. Sophia. Jeremiah. Logan. Julius. Sophia. Fernando. Aurora. Giovanni. These are the names of the children who, since April 1, were left alone in their cars and died of heatstroke. There are 17 names,...

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