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High School Graduation Requirements in Texas, December 14, Session #83943, Register Now!

High School Graduation Requirements in Texas

This session will cover all the the requirements needed to graduate in Texas: State laws, and rules, including House Bill 5, and TAC Chapter 89.1070, the rules for graduation for students who receive special education services. In this training, we will take an in-depth look at the law and cover the graduation plans Texas currently has in place to graduate from high school. December 14, Session #83943, Register Now!
Virtual Monthly Counselor/Social Worker Seminar, December 14, Session #86165, Register Now!

Virtual Monthly Counselor/Social Worker Seminar

In these monthly virtual meetings, presenters provide meaningful and relevant professional development and resources along with an opportunity for updates, questions, and concerns to be addressed. December's themes are Stress Management and Seasonal Depression. December 14, Session #86165, Register Now!
ESC-20 DUAL IDENTIFIED WEBINAR SERIES, January 12, Session #91709, Register Now!

ESC-20 DUAL IDENTIFIED WEBINAR SERIES

Join ESC-20 experts in learning how to support and provide an equitable educational environment for students that are dual identified at home and at school. January 12, Session #91709, Register Now!
Virtual Monthly Counselor/Social Worker Seminar, January 18, Session #86167, Register Now!

Virtual Monthly Counselor/Social Worker Seminar

In these monthly virtual meetings, presenters provide meaningful and relevant professional development and resources along with an opportunity for updates, questions, and concerns to be addressed. January's topics are Goals and Self-Care. January 18, Session #86167, Register Now!
Turning the Lens Inward: Addressing Cultural Bias in School Counseling, January 19, Session #84019, Register Now!

Turning the Lens Inward: Addressing Cultural Bias in School Counseling

School counselors are ethically obligated to maintain the highest respect for student diversity, including students' and families' values, beliefs, sexual orientation, gender identification/expression, and cultural background. We must exercise great care to avoid imposing personal beliefs or values rooted in religion, culture, or ethnicity. Learn how you can foster increased awareness, understanding, and appreciation of cultural diversity in your school community through culturally-sustaining school counseling. January 19, Session #84019, Register Now!
Sand Tray Use in School Counseling, January 31, Session #84020, Register Now!

Sand Tray Use in School Counseling

Are you looking for other ways to help your students connect and speak to you while you are in an individual counseling session? The use of sand trays are an excellent tool to help both you and the student foster dialogue to begin the communication process for a successful session. January 31, Session #84020, Register Now!
School Counselor Showcase, February 7, Session #83984, Register Now!

School Counselor Showcase

Join us for our first ever SCHOOL COUNSELOR SHOWCASE, where you will have the opportunity to learn from your peers. School counselors from the Region 20 area will be highlighting some of their favorite activities and provide many useful tips to help your school year be a success. In addition to the presentations, a vendor and resource room will be available for you to network and gain resources. February 7, Session #83984, Register Now!

State and Federal Initiatives

pax Good Behavior Game Texas

PAX Good Behavior Game®

When the evidence-based PAX Good Behavior Game® is implemented in schools, children benefit from improved behavior, academic achievement, and lifetime outcomes. Elementary teachers interested in new classroom management strategies are invited to register here. New dates are added every month.
Statewide ESSA Title I Part A Capacity Building Initiative

Statewide ESSA Title I - Part A Capacity Building Initiative

The Title I, Part A Capacity Building Initiative is funded by the Texas Education Agency and produced by Education Service, Region 20. This website serves as a central location for Title I, Part A resources on compliance and best practice.

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