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Religious Freedom Group Backs Mo. District

A legal group that advocates for religious freedom announced Monday that it is backing a central Missouri school district that…

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Student Claims Principal Shoved Him Over Gay Shirt

A high school student says he was shoved and taunted by his principal because he wore a T-shirt supporting a…

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Effort to Repeal California Gay History Law Fails

Opponents of a California law requiring that the contributions of gays and lesbians be taught in public schools failed last…

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Most Colleges Not Ready to Ask About LGBT Status

Gary Rold didn't necessarily consider himself a pioneer when he decided that Elmhurst College would begin asking applicants about their…

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Grieving Mother Creates Support Group for Gay Kids

After Tammy Aaberg's 15-year-old son, Justin, killed himself last year after enduring anti-gay bullying, she made it her mission to…

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Group Blasts SW Idaho Schools on Student Club Rule

A legal group claims Idaho's largest school district rejected a measure to require a parent's signature for students to participate…

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W.Va. Aiming to Protect LGBT Students From Bullies

A proposed anti-bullying policy for West Virginia schools acknowledges for the first time that sexual orientation and gender identity are…

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Kansas School District Considers Transgender Amendment

A Kansas school district is considering adding sexual orientation and transgendered people to its anti-discrimination policy.

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Ariz. Education Superintendent to Address Bullying

Arizona Superintendent of Education John Huppenthal has agreed to sit down with gay rights activists to discuss bullying of gay…

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Minn. Sexual Orientation Discussion Policy Debated

The board of Minnesota's largest school district is discussing changing a controversial policy that requires faculty to remain neutral when…

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