'Guess what? It’s 2014 and the world is constantly changing and improving,' say student leaders at an Ashland, Ore., high school as they open the doors for transgender homecoming royalty at their school.
When a trans student was fined by her Rio de Janeiro high school for wearing a skirt, her classmates hatched a plan.
In an optional, open-ended short essay, applicants to Duke can now describe their sexual orientation and gender identity in their own words.
A Toronto School Board member was struck dumb when a local reporter asked him about his tweets claiming he 'reserved the right' to believe that trans people don't exist and may or may not be mentally ill.
'We must acknowledge that gender identity is not reducible to the body,' say Mt. Holyoke College officials of their historic decision to welcome applications from all trans students.
In a historic move, one California college has adopted an explicitly trans-inclusive admissions policy, making it the only school to do so among the nation's 119 single-sex college programs.
Campus Pride's annual index of LGBT-friendly colleges and universities has expanded this year to show the improvements of more schools across the country.
In response to 11-year-old Tracey Wilson's human rights complaint, Vancouver's schools have become more open to trans students — though some say support doesn't go far enough.
George Fox University will now allow students who have undergone specific gender-confirming surgeries to be housed in accordance with their gender. Others will be housed according to their sex assigned at birth.