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Partnership Conferences and Meetings

While Wyoming School-University Partnership holds its own meetings and conferences with stakeholders, we also help coordinate and sponsor other conferences for Wyoming educators by collaborating with education organizations across the state. Learn more about the meetings and conferences in the works below!



2022 Next Level Conference

In collaboration with the Wyoming Department of Education, the WSUP brings award-winning teachers and their principals from schools across Wyoming in an effort to continue their development in leadership and policy skills. These staff members have been nominated by their leadership for accolades at the state level and have shown themselves to have great support in their respective institutions. During the summer prior to September 2022, they have met with "Level Up" program staff at WDE and one another to learn about some of the issues in education policy.

During their two-day campus visit, educators from around the state will get to tour some world-class UW facilities and discuss the plethora of resources available to Wyoming educators. In addition, they will get to work through realistic, ethical dilemmas with experienced professionals and develop their own judgments based on key scenarios.

Logo of Level Up Conference hosted by Wyoming Department of Education.

UW Fall Education Literacy Conference

Sponsored by UW's College of Education Literacy Research Center and Clinic and the Partnership, the Literacy Conference is going on ten years! Each year, the conference brings educators from all institutional levels together at the University of Wyoming to explore different areas in literacy education.

Join the #UWyoLRCC for a one-day, virtual literacy institute, Reading and Writing Across the Academic Disciplines (PK-12), on September 17, 2022. Gain insight and discover new trends in literacy instruction from national experts, UW professors and local educators! The cost of attendance is $25 and $10 for undergraduate students. Learn more and register.

If you are interested in learning more about the 2022 Fall Literary Conference, please check on the Fall Literacy Conference website.

2017 Literacy Conference Logo

WY Academic Transition Meetings

Started in 2006, the Lost in Transition Initiative, renamed the Wyoming Academic Transition Initiative,brings together secondary and post-secondary educators and administrators to improve student success as students transition from high school to higher education. Each year, the Partnership holds meetings for English/language arts, life sciences, mathematics, social sciences, and world languages. This was concluded during the 2017-2018 academic year.

2016 TWW and Literature Meeting

ESL Conference

The Wyoming English as a Second Language Conference aims to provide forums for disseminating and sharing information among K-12 teachers, ESL teachers, administrators, community program teachers, and graduate students involved in teaching English as a second language. Learn more.

Kids, Schools, and Communities that Help them Prosper

On June 25, 2015 in Laramie, the Partnership and the NNER held the Kids, Schools, and Communities that Help them Prosper conference. Participants shared multiple perspectives about the opportunity gap children and youth face, discussed different practices that increase opportunities for students, and celebrated the idea that it take a community to give a rich education to students.

The Partnership offered the opportunity to earn a mini-grant to fund a project that continued the ideas of the conference. The Partnership awarded two projects. Learn more about both projects.

Collage of Our Kids Meeting
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