The education and resources available at the Indiana Non-Public Education Conference will ensure the success of your students and the continued success of your non-public school.
INPEA provides opportunities for professional and personal growth as well as an opportunity for networking. In addition to featuring noted professionals, the conferences offer Indiana’s non-public educators an opportunity to share best practices and learn from one another.
The Indiana Non-Public Education Conference (INPEC) is a conference held biennially, featuring engaging speakers, educational sessions and a trade show for all educators, pre-school through high school. This 2-day conference attracts approximately 3,000 Indiana educators.
The Indiana Non-Public Education Conference will help illuminate new ideas, update previous techniques, discover new tools and renew your enthusiasm for your profession. A variety of educational sessions covering a wide range of learners from early childhood to secondary education and administrators will help to provide you with new information and inspiration when you leave the Conference and return to the classroom.
The Indiana Non-Public Education Association (INPEA) represents more than 400 Indiana non-public schools. Reach this audience by exhibiting at the 2016 Indiana Non-Public Education Conference! This 1½ day Conference attracts over 2,000 K-12 teachers and administrators from across the state of Indiana.
About the Indiana Non-Public Education Association:
As the voice for private schools in Indiana, INPEA makes sure we are at the forefront of all topics affecting non-public education. We take an active part in public policy and societal issues that impact our member schools and their students and teachers. Hoosier parents who believe in private schooling want quality education for their children. We provide support and encouragement to member schools and organizations to ensure that the non-public educational opportunities are competitive and comprehensive.
This is a Biennial event.