What We Do
Role of TAESE
During each calendar year, TAESE provides the following services:
There is an expectation that SEAs provide ongoing training for their dispute resolution specialists to continue building their capacity to perform their responsibilities under IDEA and state special education regulations. The Consortium provides an excellent opportunity for dispute resolution specialists and SEA staff to network with other “jobs alike” individuals in Consortium States. The conference calls and training topics are determined by Consortium members. All events use a conference call or webinar format, saving on expenses associated with travel and registration.
Each member State enters into an agreement with TAESE. States can enter into a contract with TAESE or be invoiced at the end of each service period (one year). The SEA provides a list of contractors and SEA staff they want to participate in each workgroup. TAESE provides a mechanism for members to communicate, register for events, and receive training announcements.
How much will it cost and how do we join?