When and where is the 2020 Summer Conference?

The 2021 Summer Conference will take place virtually June 14 – July 2 in the TEPSA Virtual Attendee Hub. Registrants will be emailed login credentials and instructions for accessing content online prior to the conference.


How do I register?


Is there a registration deadline?

Registration closes June 25.
Due to the virtual nature of the event, full payment (not just a purchase order #) is required to participate in the conference. Please allow up to 48 hours following receipt of payment to access the online event.


What is your cancellation policy for registration?

Registration refund requests are taken until June 4, 2021. A $75 processing fee will be charged. No refunds are given after this date. Cancellation and refund requests must be received in writing: Email Ann Hopkins or fax to 512-478-5268.


What sessions am I allowed to attend online?

You are welcome to attend all sessions as a conference registrant with the exception of Master Classes which require an additional fee. You may add Master Class(es) to your ticket during registration.

Conference content will be available on-demand June 14 – July 2. Throughout the conference, you’ll also have opportunities to tune in live to pop-up events.


Can I purchase a Master Class and not attend the conference?

No, you must register for the conference in order to add a class.


How do I keep track of sessions I attend for continuing education credits?

A CPE form will be available post-conference.


How can I connect with other attendees?

Ask questions and share ideas in Master Classes, Topic Talks and Partner Pop Ups. You can also connect with other attendees using the virtual directory.


Are there any live sessions?

Master Classes, Topic Talks and Partner Pop Ups are live.
Join the chat or live Q&A for the keynote presentations, state and national updates, and greetings from education leaders.


How do I access Master Classes?

  1. Your registration must be paid in full.
  2. To join Master Class live: You’ll receive an email confirmation with the TEPSA Zoom meeting link 24 hours prior to class. On class day, join the Zoom meeting 5 minutes early and get ready to learn!
  3. To access recording: Click on the Master Class link in your Attendee Home Page in the Virtual Conference Hub.

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