New research shows why bisexual and pansexual youth need comprehensive sexuality education that meets their needs. Comprehensive sexuality education (often referred to as CSE) is important to prepare young people for safe, productive, and fulfilling lives.
This toolkit will help raise awareness about the important role parents and caregivers play in discussing sexual health with their children with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The prevalence of school-based healthcare has increased markedly over the past decade. We study a modern mode of school-based healthcare, telemedicine, that offers the potential to reach places and populations with historically low access to such care.
The updated National Teacher Preparation Standards for Sex Education are divided into seven standards: Standard 1: Professional Disposition. Teacher candidates demonstrate comfort and proficiency with, commitment to, and self-efficacy in teaching sex education.
The current study examines the state of teacher education programs in regard to LGBTQ-inclusive practices and preparation.
The GLSEN 2021 National School Climate Survey reports on the school experiences of LGBTQ+ youth in schools, including the extent of the challenges that they face at school and the school-based resources that support LGBTQ students’ well-being.
Students have been forming Gender-Sexuality Alliance student clubs (originally known as Gay Straight Alliances, or GSAs) for over 30 years. Today, they continue to serve multiple purposes, including social support and student advocacy.
As of fall 2019, over 11 million undergraduate and 3 million graduate students were enrolled in four-year or graduate universities.
This report shows that school meals are essential for the health and economic stability of communities.
Using an intersectional, anti-racist lens, Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s Welcoming Schools program is dedicated to providing actionable policies and practices for educators.