Don’t miss this!Teach Indy Educators Conference

“For Teachers, By Teachers”

This IN PERSON event – created for teachers, by teachers – is designed to develop teachers’ knowledge in support of student achievement, share best practices, elevate educator voice, and champion the exceptional educators who impact the lives of  our students each day.

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2023 Educators Conference Agenda

8:20a – 8:55a | Registration and Check In
9:00a – 9:10a | Welcome
9:10a – 9:45a | Keynote #1: The Power of Each of Us
10:00a – 10:40a | Breakout Sessions (1)
10:45a – 11:25a | Breakout Sessions (2)
11:30a – 12:10p | Breakout Sessions (3)
12:10p – 12:50p | Lunch + Giveaways
12:50p – 1:50p | Keynote #2: Advancing Equity Through the Creation of Identity Affirming Spaces
1:50p – 2:00p | Closing and Next Steps
*2:00p – 2:30p | Optional Plenary Networking Opportunity

(For those registered for CPR, this session will take place from 2:15-4:30p. More information will be provided directly to those who have registered for this session)

Breakout Session Themes:
-Serving Special Populations: Special Education
-Serving Special Populations: English Learners
-Innovative Models and Practices in School

Thank you to our Conference Partners and Sponsors:

Presenting Sponsor

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Media Partner

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Ways to Get Involved

Interested in supporting teachers?

Become a conference sponsor


Want to present to teachers?

Become a conference presenter

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2022 Highlights

With inspirational keynote speeches from Dr. Bettina Love and Dr. Brandie Oliver and the presentation of financial awards to numerous exceptional educators, our 2022 conference was one to remember. Here are just a few conference highlights, by the numbers:

100+ attended development sessions

500 hours of PGP points earned

25 presenters

10 conference prize winners

20 Teach Indy educator award winners


Conference Policies and Procedures

COVID-19 Policy:

Teach Indy will continue to monitor and follow CDC guidelines in regards to best practices for COVID-19. We will communicate directly with registrants with any updates impacting the conference.

If you have COVID-19, you can spread it to others, even if you do not have symptoms. If you have symptoms, get tested and stay home until you have your results. If you have tested positive (even without symptoms), follow CDC’s isolation recommendations. These recommendations include staying home and away from others for at least 5 days (possibly more, depending on how the virus affects you) and wearing a high-quality mask when indoors around others for a period of time.