UOTeachOUT: An annual educational series on Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation Issues in Education
UOTeachOUT is comprised of a series of community and university educational events focused on gender identity and sexual orientation issues in education.
These educational events and activities take place each May for UOTeachOUT and include:
1.) A community wide celebration and BBQ fundraiser to support LGBTQ youth leadership opportunities.
2.) A GSA Youth Leadership Summit for five regional school districts
3.) A professional development event for educators, youth advocacy workers and families
4.) A public art display related to the topic.
5.) An open-house and author talk for university students and the community at large.
6.) A Teacher Education Leadership Summit on topics related to gender identity and sexual orientation issues in education.
UOTeachOUT continues throughout the year in instructional outreach activities like school professional development events, higher education recruitment, parent group meetings and other trainings on issues related to gender identity and sexual orientation diversity in schools.
The primary events of the 2016 UOTeachOUT were in May of 2016.
The seventh annual leadership summit and educational series on Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation Issues in Education (YES seventh!)
- Saturday, May 7, 2016: BBQueer 2016 – The annual Pink Prom and UOTeachOUT Youth Leadership Summit fundraiser
- Thursday, May 12, 2016: UOTeachOUT – The Youth Leadership Summit (GSA Day)
Friday, May 13, 2016: UOTeachOUT – University Leadership Summit (P-12 and Higher Education Day)
- Saturday, May 21, 2016: Pink Prom: The sixth annual cross district LGBTQ inclusive high school prom (YES sixth!)