Disproportionality No More!

How Tomball ISD Has Transformed Their Practices

Our Presenter

Dr. Michael Webb currently serves as the Assistant Superintendent of Student Support in Tomball ISD. In this roles he leads the programs of multi-tiered systems of supports (MTSS), guidance and counseling, Section504 and Special Education. He also fulfills an appointment as an adjunct professor at Sam Houston State University, serves as a board member for the Texas Council of Administrators in Special Education (TCASE) and participates as an advisory board member for the Center on Inclusive Technology and Education Systems (CITES).

Goals, Funding & Tools

Engage Tomball ISD’s approach of defining discipline through methods other than punishment only. Learn how Tomball ISD has implemented a number of tools, strategies and community partners to overcome significant disproportionality in exclusionary discipline. Leave with practical ideas that can be implemented in any district in a very short amount of time.

A FREE Virtual Overview for Campus & District Administrators

Tuesday, Sep. 21st, 1-3pm

This is an online event.

Dr. Webb has shared his work at several districts around Texas on how significant disproportionality in exclusionary discipline practices can be detrimental in many ways. Moreover, Dr. Webb shares tools that can be utilized to address specific district needs while meeting their policies and procedures. Don't miss this free, brief and dynamic virtual presentation!

Registration & Additional Information

Register Here for Event # 457440


For more information, please feel free to contact:

Ana Deter, TEA Liaison for Special Education

Beth Nesmith, TEA Liaison for Special Education

Fabiana Bezerra, LSSP - Behavior Specialist for Special Education

Jan Oatess, Special Education Component Director

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