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Sexual Orientation and Its Impact on Schools: A Guide for Middle and High School Educators (Sexual Orientation and Its Impact on Schools)

Shed Jackson, JL King

ISBN 10: 0978791398 / ISBN 13: 9780978791391
Published by Urban Moon Publishing, Inc., 2007
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Title: Sexual Orientation and Its Impact on Schools...

Publisher: Urban Moon Publishing, Inc.

Publication Date: 2007

Book Condition:Good

Edition: First Edition.

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Sexual Orientation and its Impact on Schools: A Guide for Middle and Secondary Educators takes readers on a journey through the life of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) students. The resource guide highlights the challenges of GLBT students with first-hand accounts, comments and statements from sexual minority youth as well as educators. The book provides situation analysis and teacher instruction tactics to insure a fair and inclusive approach to learning in the classroom. Sexual Orientation and its Impact on Schools makes it easy for you to support and promote a civil learning environment. By challenging readers to take action against homophobia, heterosexism and HIV/AIDS, Sexual Orientation and its Impact on Schools is intended to bring awareness and, promote social justice, diversity and inclusion through education as a basic human rights. In an effort to promote safe, equitable and progressive learning environments, Sexual Orientation and its Impact on Schools: A Guide for Middle and Secondary Educators offers candid accounts from students, teachers, educators and GLBT supporters about issues that affect learning in schools. The resource guide surveys nearly 1,500 teachers and students in eight Southern, Northeastern and Western states on their experiences with GLBT issues in classrooms. The results of this research only confirms the necessity of expert information that assists school faculty and staff who may encounter GLBT students and colleagues; and, helps deal with personal inhibitions.

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