Supportive educators can make a world of difference for LGBTQ+ students by creating a safe and affirming environment.
LGBTQ+ youth are nearly twice as likely to be called names, verbally harassed, or physically assaulted at school compared to their non-LGBTQ+ peers. Learn how this affects their mental health and education, and how you can help end bullying.
Supportive adults can save lives - these materials from GLSEN can help you become a more informed ally and help make your school a safe and welcoming space for LGBTQ+ youth.
This webpage from GSLEN hosts a number of resources on the needs and experiences of Native and Indigenous LGBTQ+ students.
This checklist from HRC and the National Education Association offers resources for educators working with LGBTQ+ youth during distance learning.
This tip sheet from HRC and the American School Counseling Association provides resources for school counselors working with LGBTQ+ youth during COVID-19.
This tip sheet produced by HRC and Project THRIVE partner the School Social Work Association of America guides school social workers on supporting LGBTQ+ students during distance learning.