Trainings That Empower Your Staff and Help You Strengthen Special Populations Programs

Online and In-Person Training Opportunities

Student Solutions webinar

Attend our online and in-person trainings conducted by experts in special populations to help you strengthen your district’s programs that serve special populations, including:

  • Special education
  • Section 504
  • Emergent bilingual
  • Gifted and talented

Our trainings are State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC) Continuing Professional Education (CPE) hours eligible and beneficial to:

  • District-level administrators
  • Special populations teachers and specialists
  • General education teachers
  • Anyone else that works with special populations programs

2023-2024 training webinar calendar
Register now!

All trainings are open to Texas school districts, subject to eligibility requirements, for free or at a low cost, and some are exclusive to districts with a Student Solutions Membership.

January 11, 2024
We've reviewed our special education program: Now What? 
10 a.m.    
Register for Program Review webinar
In this panel discussion central office and special education administrators from two Texas public school districts will discuss why they chose to conduct a special education program review, what they learned, and how they used the results to create action plans that continue to produce positive results in their districts. Panelists will answer questions concerning communication with their boards of trustees, plan implementation, collaboration, and program, staff, and student level impact.  

February 8, 2024
Discipline of Students with Disabilities: Ongoing Expectations and New Requirements
10 a.m.    
Kelly Janes, Shareholder, Walsh, Gallegos, Trevino, Kyle & Robinson P.C., and Denise Carter, TASB Student Solutions
Register for Discipline of Students with Disabilities webinar
In this session, presenters will revisit ongoing, yet often confusing, requirements and help make sure you are up-to-date on recent changes. 

April 11, 2024
Defending Districts in Special Education Dispute Resolution
10 a.m.
Taylor Montgomery, Attorney, Thompson & Horton, LLP
Register for Defending Districts webinar
This webinar will explore the various forms of special education dispute resolution in Texas and address how to properly respond to each type of complaint. Participants will also learn tips and tricks for limiting risks, avoiding costly litigation, and maintaining positive morale after a complaint has been filed. 

May 9, 2024
Wrapping Up 2023-24
10 a.m.    
Karlyn Keller, TASB Student Solutions
Register for Wrapping Up webinar
Join TASB Division Director Dr. Karlyn Keller as she talks about changes incurred during the 2023-24 school year and their impact on future planning.

Learn more about our trainings!

Call us at 888-247-4829 or email for more information. 

Find out how your district can become a member and take advantage of our full training schedule, model operating procedures, resources for special populations, and more by visiting our membership page, calling 888-247-4829, or emailing

Legal disclaimer

The information provided during this webinar series is for educational purposes only to facilitate a general understanding of the law or other regulatory matter. This information is neither an exhaustive treatment on the subject nor is this intended to substitute for the advice of an attorney or other professional advisor. Consult with your attorney or professional advisor to apply these principles to specific fact situations. The views and opinions expressed in this presentation are those of the presenters and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of Texas Association of School Boards, Inc., its affiliated entities, or its officers, board members, or employees.