Arizona Education Association

Spring 2013

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INSIDE AEA ADVOCATE FEATURE 14 • ESPROFESSIONAL Q&A with a Campus Safety Supervisor 11 10 DEPARTMENTS 4 • POINT OF VIEW by Andrew F. Morrill AEA MISSION STATEMENT AEA…Keeping the promise of quality public education 5 • MEMBER TALK 6 • AT THE CAPITOL 2013 AEA Legislative Agenda Arizona Legislature Needs to Support Public Schools' Safety Programs Campbell Announces Details of Safer Schools, Safer Communities Plan 2013 Legislator Directory AFT, NEA: Arming Educators Won't Keep Schools Safe Arizona Progressive Candidate Training Program 10 •AROUND AEA Educators Soaring with Apiring Goals AEA Offers SEI and School Finance Trainings 39 Read Across America Day 22 •WE ARE AEA AEA Member Named 2013 Arizona Teacher of the Year AEA Members Named Rodel Exemplary Teachers 11 •Professional Development Common Core Myths and Facts Over 100 New Arizona Teachers Gain National Board Certifications 29 •GOVERNANCE Vote Online for NEA-RA Delegates 2013 NEA-RA Candidate Statements 19 •LOCAL PERSPECTIVE Kyrene Teaches Tolerance with Mix It Up Day 39 •READ ACROSS AMERICA 20 •IN DEPTH LOOK Talking to Children about Violence 36 •RESOURCES 40 •WHAT'S BEING SAID ABOUT… National Board Certified Teachers in Arizona MOVING? Please let us know before you go. Simply clip your mailing label from the back of the Advocate and send it along with your new address to: AEA Advocate, 345 East Palm Lane, Phoenix, Arizona 85004-1532. Pictured on cover: Betsy Rotando, Jason Savala, and Robert Zamora, security officers on the Maryvale High School campus, patrol the cafeteria. Spring.13advo.indd 3 AEA Advocate x Spring 2013 3 1/30/13 1:51 PM

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