Kansas Teachers attend Kansas Association of Agricultural Educators (KAAE) Agriculture Education Symposium
MAYETTA, Kan.- Agricultural Education teachers from across Kansas met at the Prairie Band Casino and Resort in Mayetta, Kansas for the Kansas Association of Agricultural Educators Ag Ed Symposium on January 20th through 22nd. While there, teachers attended educational sessions, heard from keynote speaker Laila Down on “Teaching with Grace and Growth”, held business sessions, and recognized award winners.
Manual now available
The Kansas Agricultrual Education Instructor Manual has been created with the help of the Kansas Department of Agriculture, Kansas FFA Association, Kansas FFA Foundation, Kansas State Department of Education and Kansas agriculture teachers and FFA advisors. This document is a guide for any agricultural education instructor and FFA advisor working in Kansas.
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The Kansas Association of Agricultural Educators (KAAE) was founded in 1933 as the Kansas Vocational Agriculture Association. KAAE serves 193 members across the state. The organization works to better the teachers who educate more than 13,000 students enrolled in Kansas high school agricultural programs and the nearly 10,000 Kansas FFA members.