Texas Educator's Code of Ethics - 012323
This online compliance course is on the topic of the Texas Educator's Code of Ethics. This course will help raise awareness of the Educator's Code of Ethics and the implications of violating the enforceable standards.

Note the training start/end dates. Four hours after registration, log into the online classroom at https://esc11.instructure.com. Your username is your email address that ESC Region 11 has on file. If this is your first online session, you must set up a password by clicking the link that says "Forgot Password?" You will receive an email link to set up a password. Check your filtered spam messages if you do not receive the email. If you have problems, contact elearning.help@esc11.net.

Audiences Assistant Principals, Principals, Teacher - Elementary (Grades 1-5), Teacher - High School (Grades 9-12), Teacher - Middle School (Grades 6-8), Central Office Administrators, Paraprofessionals
Prerequisite/Special Notes Note the training start/end dates. After registration, log into the online classroom at https://esc11.instructure.com. Your username is your email address that ESC11 has on file. If this is your first online session, you must set up a password by clicking the link that says, Forgot Password? You will receive an email link to set up a password. Check your filtered spam messages if you do not receive the email. If you have problems, contact Elearning.help@esc11.net .


No sessions currently available for registration for this workshop.

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