forty to NONE project
Working to end homelessness among LGBT youth, creating a world in which young people can be their true selves.
Human Rights Campaign
Working with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Equal Rights.
Aspiring college students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender ( LGBT) face a unique set of challenges when looking at schools. Fortunately, many schools have adopted a culture of awareness and respect for the LGBT community. The following guide should get you started on your search for a comfortable school environment.
Flip the Script separates information in groups for Students, Parents, and Educators. It also has information specifically addressing coming out as a teen and offers self-reported stories. It offers Nevada curriculum divided into five age-appropriate modules. NVEnergy and The Caesar’s Foundation sponsored this site. The site translates to Spanish by clicking a button.
Ten ways to make schools safer for all students. Targets parents, teachers and students that are being bullied or who witness bullying.The resources section includes information for classrooms to teach tolerance in elementary school. Includes resources on cyberbullying and sex education.
Suicide Intervention and Prevention national hotline specifically for lesbian/bisexual/gay/queer/transexual (LBGQT) young people. Includes, videos, advocacy sections. Separate education section for patents and teachers.