With little progress at the national or state level, activists are making sure something is being done in their school districts to protect LGBTQ rights.
In diverse literature, students see themselves as the heroes, while also seeing that all kinds of people can be the heroes too, says NEA President.
Educators are uniquely positioned to work towards creating a safe, supportive and affirming school environment.
With progress threatened, educators are pushing back to protect LGBTQ rights, especially for their students.
With gender-inclusive policies in place, educators can help transgender students stay safe and engaged in school.
In the wake of the largest mass shooting in U.S. history, it’s inevitable that many children will be confused and even afraid.
Connecticut teacher Dusty Rader talks about his coming out and how his fellow educators across the U.S. can support their transgender students.
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.