The Kansas Association of Independent and Religious Schools (KAIRS) is the state’s largest organization of non-public schools. Now in its 46th year, KAIRS is committed to excellence in education and to maintaining unity within its membership, and to productive relationships with public school leadership.

As it represents more than 35,000 Kansas school children, almost 2,400 teachers and more than 22,000 families, KAIRS strives to ensure that children attending religious and independent schools are treated equitably in educational law, policy and programs.

For the past several years, KAIRS also provides outstanding professional development programs for non-public school administrators and Pre-K - 12 teachers.

6th ANNUAL K-12 Teachers Confererence 2017
Wildly Different Tech and Teaching Strategies
July 27-28 - Tanganyika Wildlife Park, Goddard, Kansas

KAIRS is pleased offer this unique conference that will focus on practical tech and teaching strategies, insights into classroom design and updates on the newest tech offerings for the classroom. Keynote Erin Klein will be a highlight! Plan to attend this two-day interactive event, hosted by Tanganyika Wildlife Park.

Keynotes & Breakouts:

  • Create Brain-Friendly Learning Spaces that are Student Centric
    • How to Implement and Use Google Classroom 6-12
      • Websites to Improve Learning and Engagement in all Middle School Classrooms
      • Digital Workstations for the Student Centered K-5 Classroom

      To register or for more information, see the K-12 Summer Teachers Conference 2017 page.

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