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LGBT youth invited to speak out about their experiences

By | 2009-04-30T09:00:00-04:00 April 30th, 2009|News|

Students are invited to help GLSEN inform education policymakers and the public about what’s really going on in the nation’s schools. By completing the 2009 National School Climate Survey, GLSEN’s sixth national survey about the experiences of LGBT youth in school, youth can speak out about their lives in school.
The National School Climate Survey aims to shed light on the real experiences of LGBT youth. It touches on issues like verbal and physical bullying, attitudes of other students, faculty and administrators, academic engagement, support systems for LGBT students within the schools and students’ feelings about their safety.
The survey is open to any student who identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender, attended high school or middle school sometime during 2008 or 2009 and is at least 13 years old. Students who did not complete the entire school year are still eligible. The survey is completely anonymous.
For more info and to complete the survey online, visit: http://www.glsen.org/2009survey.

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