Get the latest K-12 information at Advocacy in Action ConferenceScott Rothschild
Discussions on school funding, student trauma, building safety and numerous other state and federal education issues will be highlighted during the Advocacy in Action Conference next week.
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 in Topeka. To register, go here.
Along with expert presentations, the annual conference also gives education leaders from across Kansas the chance to visit with legislators in the Statehouse as the 2019 legislative session gets under way.
Lt. Gov. Lynn Rogers, a longtime school advocate and former Wichita USD 259 board member, will discuss K-12 policies at Gov. Laura Kelly’s administration comes into office.
Breakout sessions are scheduled on safe and secure schools, student mental health needs, the proposed constitutional amendment on school finance, fixing the bond cap and more.
The conference also includes a State of the State Watch Party and legislative reception.
Please join us at the conference, during which education advocates can get the latest information on K-12 issues.