|Harris County Department of Education||Beginning & Experienced Online Teachers||Statewide|
|Katy ISD||Beginning Online Teachers||Local|
|Lewisville ISD||Beginning Online Teachers||Statewide|
|Pasadena ISD||Beginning Online Teachers||Statewide|
|Pearson Online and Blended Learning||Beginning Online Teachers||Statewide|
|ResponsiveEd||Beginning & Experienced Online Teachers||Local|
|Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi||Beginning Online Teachers||Statewide|
|Texas Connections Academy @ Houston||Beginning Online Teachers||Local|
|University of Houston Clear Lake||Beginning & Experienced Online Teachers||Statewide|
|University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley||Beginning Online Teachers||Statewide|
Teachers successfully completing a TXVSN-approved professional development course receive a document of completion from the professional development provider. The document of completion notes the course name, completion date, that the professional development course was approved to meet the TXVSN professional development requirement, and other information. Teachers retain the document of completion and give a copy to the TXVSN online school or statewide catalog provider for which they work. The TXVSN central operations periodically requests that TXVSN online schools or statewide catalog providers supply evidence that teachers have met the professional development requirement.
After completion the initial professional development requirement, every 3 years TXVSN online schools or statewide catalog teachers need documentation of continuing professional development. The TXVSN online school or statewide catalog provider the teacher works with may require that the teacher take one of the TXVSN-approved courses for experienced teachers listed above or supply locally-developed professional development for the teacher. Whichever option is selected for continuing education, the TXVSN online schools or statewide catalog ensures that the content allows the teacher to remain current with the NSQ National Standards for Quality Online Teaching. The TXVSN central operations periodically requests that TXVSN online schools or statewide catalog providers supply evidence that teachers have completed continuing professional development.