Ann & Robert Lurie Children’s Hospital – Model Policy for Student Gender Support

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LGBTQ Legal Issues In Schools: An Overview

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Gender Inclusiveness Assessment

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Gender Inclusive Schools Toolkit

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Gender Inclusive Registration Forms (guardian)

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Gender Inclusive Classrooms: Concepts and Lessons

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Framework for Gender Inclusive Schools

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Filing a Complaint with the U.S. Department of Education

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Filing a complaint should not be your first step. If you are being harassed or
discriminated against at school then first talk to your school principal. If that does not
work, contact officials at your school district. Remember, it is important to write down
all the details of what happened right after it happens (Click here for instructions on
how to record an incident). If you feel like these talks are going nowhere, or if you feel
like you might be further targeted, then filing a formal complaint is one major step you
can take.

CSBA: Final Guidence: AB1266, Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Students, Privacy, Programs, Activties & Facilities

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State and federal law and its application require districts1 to treat all students equally based on their gender identity. AB 1266 makes it clear that this rule applies to gender-segregated facilities, programs, and activities. Although a very simple statement of law, the practical implications are complex.

Gender Non-comformity and School Safety: Documenting the Problem and Steps Schools Can Take

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Students in California report significant harassment at school because they do not conform
to gender expectations and stereotypes. Such harassment is reported by many students, and
is more often reported by students who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT).
Gender non-conformity harassment is more common in unsafe school climates…