Attending national conferences and meetings is a very important part of Kendall Hunt’s commitment to the educator communities we serve.
Dubuque, IA (PRWEB) January 30, 2013
Kendall Hunt Publishing Company has announced its participation in the following national educational conferences this Spring:
- ASCD (formerly the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development) 68th Annual Conference and Exhibit Show, March 16-18 in Chicago, Illinois
- National Conference of Catholic Educators (NCEA) Convention and Expo, April 2-4 in Houston, Texas
- National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) 2013 National Conference, April 9-13 in San Antonio, Texas
- 45th National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics (NCSM) Annual Conference, April 15-17 in Denver, Colorado
- National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Annual Meeting and Exposition, April 16-20 in Denver, Colorado
- International Reading Association (IRA) 58th Annual Convention, April 19-22 in San Antonio, Texas
In addition to an exhibit hall presence, the company will also be sponsoring educational workshops at several of the conferences.
“Attending national conferences and meetings is a very important part of Kendall Hunt’s commitment to the educator communities we serve,” said Charley Cook, Vice President, K12 Publishing. “Speaking directly with conference attendees about their classroom needs and experiences is a critical part of our product development process, and we look forward each year to these opportunities to gain educators’ very important input. Our curriculum sales consultants also look forward to visiting with both their current and future customers and learning how the Kendall Hunt team can further assist them.”
To learn more about Kendall Hunt’s Spring 2013 conference participation, visit http://kendallhunt.com/events.aspx. To speak with a curriculum sales consultant, call 1-800-542-6657.
About Kendall Hunt:
Kendall Hunt develops high-quality, research- and inquiry-based curriculum solutions that meet educational standards and integrate the appropriate use of technology as a learning tool. It also supports educators with customized professional development that ensures effective curriculum implementation and elevates classroom achievement.