Rural Education Summit set for June 13 at Kansas State UniversityScott Rothschild
A conference focused on helping rural school districts thrive is scheduled for June.
The Rural Education Summit conducted by Kansas State University College of Education will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Thursday, June 13 in the Staley School of Leadership Studies Building on the K-State campus.
The conference will provide school administrators, faculty, board members and concerned community members opportunities to learn more about addressing the challenges facing rural education and creating education innovations in rural communities.
The summit will offer sessions on grant writing, student emotional wellness, professional development and getting students engaged with project-based learning. Three nationally known leaders in rural education — Drs. Jerry Johnson, Hobart Harmon and Allen Pratt — will headline the summit.
Early registration fee $75 and $100 after June 1. For more information, go here.