Helping Ag Teachers Since 1933
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 17,000 students enrolled in Kansas high school agricultural programs and the nearly 13,000 Kansas FFA members.
To promote and improve the teaching of agriculture in secondary schools and where courses in technical agriculture or college degree constitute the principal function, maintain and improve professional standards of teachers of agricultural education, maintain and develop opportunities for agriculture teachers to discuss all problems affecting agriculture on the state and national level, develop and maintain proper relationships with other organizations and agencies having compatible objectives, maintain and develop social fellowship within the teaching profession and sponsor, promote and guide strong, functioning programs of the National FFA Organization.