To mark the 50th anniversary of Stonewall, NEA invited six educators to share the triumphs, trials, and tribulations of being LGBTQ+ in the classroom.
My experience as an out, gender nonconforming, lesbian taught me the importance of being myself as a teacher, but it came at a cost.
This is what educators and students are doing to make sure that ALL feel welcome, safe and valued in our schools.
For many students, the result of the 2016 election will bring fear and uncertainty. Educators can help provide the support they need.
School bullying inflicts wounds that may surpass the trauma caused by childhood abuse and exposure to neighborhood violence.
According to a new study, 6th graders experience less bullying and do better academically at schools with wider grade spans.
While progress is being made in reducing harassment or bullying in schools, some data may be too good to be true.
A program empowering popular students to lead anti-bullying campaigns brings promising results to New Jersey schools.
Anti-bullying programs won’t be successful unless educators create a safe and caring learning environment in their classrooms.
A school climate survey conducted by GLSEN finds that transgender students are far more likely than other students to avoid bathrooms because they feel uncomfortable or unsafe.