Gay and Progressive Pedagogy (GAPP)

The purpose of Gay And Progressive Pedagogy (GAPP) is to provide a space in which issues and differences relating to gender, sexuality, privilege, race, class, etc. can be discussed as to how they relate to educators and the space within the classroom. GAPP will facilitate open dialogue around such topics. There will be a focus on supporting fellow “future progressive educators” as well as forming a picture of LGBTQIA+ activist teaching, through community, with the core mission of inclusivity and support for all students and educators.

GAPP meets on randomly-selected days throughout the semester at 6:00 PM in the James Center in the College of Education.


  • Jenna Steele (?) — President
  • Alex Carpenter (?) — Vice President

Events for the 2018-2019 Academic Year

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