This training teaches individuals and teams from different backgrounds, departments, and specialties how to willingly and effectively surface and discuss ideas in a way that leads to buy-in, creating broad alignment, maximizing synergy, and ensuring commitment to the best ideas. When taught, these skills inevitably result in rapid, sustainable, and wide-reaching positive change. November 2 and 9 2021, 8:30 am - 4:00 pm, Session #81035. Register Now!
Serving the Educational Community
Ever feel like you arrive at school, go through the day, and wonder if anything actually got done? This session provides a road map for taking ownership of your learning, while still leading the work done at the building level. December 1, 2021, Session #81291. Register Now!
Are you interested in helping students by providing tutoring face to face or virtually? Apply now!
Join us for our College Prep series! All meetings will be held via Zoom. Register now!
Join us for the 2021-2022 Accountability Forum. We are excited to have Jonathan Delgado from the Texas Education Agency, join us for this year's forum. In addition to our general session with TEA, we will offer several breakout sessions throughout the day, to keep you informed and prepared for this year's accountability and beyond. January 25, 8:30 am - 4:00 pm. Session #76172, Register Now!
Through interactive Kagan Structures and cooperative and communicative teaching strategies, students are exposed to more functional language and have the opportunity to practice language more. Ideal for regular classroom teachers, ESP teachers, and project directors and coordinators.
This portal was designed to meet the unique needs of migratory children in grades K-12, to include out-of-school youth (OSY).
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.
Who We Serve
- 58 Districts
- 36 Charters
- 19 Counties