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Reminder: ATE-K accepting session proposals for virtual 2024 spring conference

The Association of Teacher Educators of Kansas (ATE-K) is currently accepting session proposals for the 2024 ATE-K/Kansas Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (KACTE) Spring Conference. 

The conference will be held virtually from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday, April 5. 

Sessions should be 50 minutes long and fit the conference theme, “A Professional Educator’s Kuleana (Responsibility – Preparing for the Future through Accountability, Diversity, Advocacy and Celebration.” 

All presenters must become or be a member of ATE-K. Membership is $20 but free for preservice and in-service pre-K-12th grade teachers. 

Those interested in giving a 50-minute virtual presentation that fits the conference theme can fill out the form here

Registration for the conference is free but an ATE-K membership is required.  

For more information, contact Alan English, ATE-K president, at EnglishAE@bethanylb.edu

Posted: Nov 30, 2023,
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Author: Ann Bush

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