LGBTQ+

Republican-led states oppose efforts to extend federal protections to trans students.
Through the Queer Memory Project of Northern Colorado, a CSU professor is helping K-12 teachers make LGBTQ history connections in their own backyards.
As Alabama imposes sweeping new restrictions on transgender youth, a support group offers space for community.
I never learned about Stonewall. It’s past time schools take queer history and culture seriously.
The full reach of the new laws won’t be known until fall. Already, many LGBTQ students feel under siege.
Las reglas escolares aclaran que las protecciones de la ley de derechos civiles aplican a los estudiantes LGBTQ.
The failed resolution will likely be back before the Detroit school board in July
That’s one finding from the biennial Healthy Kids Colorado survey. The results point to the need for more support for LGBTQ+ youth.
But like most things within the nation’s largest school district, what happens across New York City’s 1,600 schools often varies school to school and even classroom to classroom.
The proposal is the latest step by the Biden administration to strengthen protections for LGBTQ students at school.
It remains unclear how useful the data would be in its early forms, but would be a significant step toward assembling data on nonbinary students.
The State Board plans to take until the end of the year to finalize Colorado’s social students standards after being inundated with conflicting public comments.
Some educators have already made changes to lessons about LGBTQ issues because of these new curriculum laws.
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