Professional Learning

Our office establishes educational partnerships that offer best practices for enhancing student achievement. We offer a wide variety of activities including, institutes, workshops, conferences, networking, technical assistance, information dissemination, and consulting to meet the needs of our schools. We do this to support teachers and leaders to guide continual instructional improvements.

The Kane County Regional Office of Education is responsible for:


The Regional Office of Education facilitates and works collaboratively with teachers and leaders to guide continuous instructional improvements through professional learning opportunities. Our office collaborates with local, regional, and state educational partners representing bother the public and private sector in creating learning opportunities for the entire Kane County Learning Community. Learn More

Online Learning

Illinois Online Academy is a premier catalog of professional learning courses created by educators, for educators. This curated collection of course materials for Illinois educators is a partnership effort between the Kane County Regional Office of Education, Illinois Vision 20/20, the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Aurora University, and Virtual Education Software. Learn More


The Regional Office of Education is responsible for conducting the Initial Permit Training that is required for all new school bus drivers prior to getting a bus permit, and the Annual Refresher Course is required in the 12 month (364 days) period prior to renewing their school bus permit. Learn More

Institute Day

Each year, the Regional Office of Education facilitates an Institute Day for educators and administrators in Kane County. This day provides the opportunity for educators and administrators to attend workshops to continue their professional learning. Learn More

Common Core

The Common Core Standards provide a consistent, clear understanding of what students are expected to learn, so teachers and parents know what they need to do to help them. The Regional Office of Education is continually working with our local school districts to keep them informed on the Common Core Standards and how they will be implemented in Illinois. Learn More

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