Get the latest information on education issues at the Advocacy in Action Conference set for Jan. 16-17 in TopekaScott Rothschild
With school finance at the top of the 2019 legislative session, education advocates can get the latest information on K-12 issues, visit with legislators and hear from state leaders during the Advocacy in Action Conference in Topeka.
The conference, a joint effort of KASB and United School Administrators of Kansas, will be held Wednesday and Thursday Jan. 16-17 at the Maner Conference Center. To register, go here.
On Wed. Jan. 16, the conference will include talks from state officials and bus transportation to the Statehouse for meetings with legislators. The conference will also include a watch party as incoming Gov. Laura Kelly delivers her first State of the State speech and outlines her vision for education. An evening reception with legislators will also be held.
On Thur. Jan. 17, the conference will feature breakout sessions on critical issues affecting public schools, such as safety, student health, student welfare and other topics.
The conference provides an excellent opportunity for education advocates to get up-to-date information on state education issues and to communicate with legislators about the needs of public schools and boards.