What we do...

Advocate and promote the use of interactive distance education.
Recognize outstanding achievements in distance learning.
Conduct conferences and forums on topics relating to distance education.        

The Kansas Association for Interactive Distance Education (KAIDE) was formed in 1996 by the directors of Interactive Television (IDL) networks in Kansas, and it is a non-profit association of organizations that support Interactive Distance Education. KAIDE is comprised of IDL networks, schools, education service centers, and state agencies across the state that participate in or support Interactive Distance Education.

Please see our brochure by clicking on the link below.
Subpages (1): Brochure