Education

Education Should Be Bigger, and Gayer, in Texas

For Texas, a state that is demographically comparable to California, the inclusion of LGBT materials in public schools is imperative.

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Education bill rewrite would protect gay students

Buried in the proposed rewrite of the nation's massive education law are protections for gay and lesbian students that its…

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U. Iowa Adds Optional LGBT Question To Application

The University of Iowa has become the nation's first public university to include optional questions about sexual orientation and gender…

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MoneySmart — Dying Intestate

Could you be leaving the state in charge of distributing your assets?

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Inaugural Texas Transgender Summit seeks to ‘transform health through dialogue’

Addressing the intersection Houston’s gender diverse community with their health needs, "Transforming Health through Dialogue", the first annual Texas Transgender…

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Matt Shepard’s Dad Disturbed by Tenn. Bills

The father of slain gay college student Matthew Shepard said he is disturbed by legislation in Tennessee that would ban…

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Minn School Board Likely to Support Sexuality Policy

The majority of school board members in Minnesota's largest school district say they're inclined to support a sexual orientation policy.

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Expert: Victims Must Learn to Deal With Bullies

In the wake of more bullying-related suicides and the issue being addressed in schools throughout Wyoming, questions remain of what…

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Parents: Bullying Caused Teen’s Suicide

The parents of a Middle Tennessee teenager say constant bullying over being gay led their son to kill himself.

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Foundation Gives $23M Grant to Kalamazoo College

Kalamazoo College in western Michigan has received a $23 million grant to endow work at the school's Arcus Center for…

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