Topics :: anti-bullying curricula
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By Winnie McCroy | Wednesday May 15, 2013
A London Catholic school said their decision to call in gay rights group Stonewall to give lessons on homophobic bullying was not prompted by a five-year-old boy calling another student’s shoes "gay."
By Jason St. Amand | Tuesday Apr 23, 2013
Some parents’ complaints about an Upstate New York middle school allegedly asking female students to ask each other for a kiss as part of an anti-bullying campaign have sparked a firestorm in the right-wing blogosphere.
By Les Spindle | Thursday Mar 7, 2013
After sitting on their hands over protecting LGBT students, Southern California schools are now implementing Project SPIN, Suicide Prevention Intervention Now.
By Antoinette Weil | Saturday Mar 2, 2013
More than 30 years after Aaron Fricke sued his school for the right to escort his boyfriend to a prom, LGBT students are still fighting to prevent discrimination and bullying in schools.
Friday Aug 19, 2011
While meeting with the President, Laieski proposed that the administration appoint an LGBT youth advisor to the President; which would serve as a liaison between the Obama Administration and our nation’s LGBT youth population.
Thursday Mar 31, 2011
The American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU of Michigan and the ACLU of Kansas and Western Missouri sent letters to public high schools today demanding that the schools stop viewpoint-based censorship of LGBT web content.
By Sylvia Rodemeyer | Wednesday Mar 23, 2011
The Foundations School Community in Van Nuys will host an anti-bullying conference on Thursday, March 24.
By Peter Cassels | Monday Mar 15, 2010
Dee Dee Edmondson, political director for MassEquality, said the "Scott Brown effect" is one of the primary reasons Beacon Hill lawmakers remain reluctant to include LGBT-specific language in an anti-bullying bill.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Feb 16, 2010
An anti-gay religious Web site claims that the Ontario school system is taking steps to keep school kids in the classroom when the topic turns to gays, even if parents with religious or cultural objections seek to opt their children out of those lessons.
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