Fired Gay Teacher Gets His Apology — 42 Years Later

Fired Gay Teacher Finally Gets Apology

Jim Gaylord was fired for being gay back in 1972. This week he received an apology from his former school district.

Department of Education Offers Antitrans University a 'Religious Exemption'

DOE Offers Antitrans University "Religious Exemption"

An Oregon Christian university has been granted a 'religious exemption' from certain aspects of Title IX, allowing it to discriminate against a trans student.

Congresspeople Urge Dept. of Ed. to Issue Comprehensive Trans Student Guidelines

These Lawmakers Want to Make School Safer for Trans Kids

In a letter sent last month, three members of Congress urged the Education Department to clarify an April statement related to how trans and gender-nonconforming students are protected by Title IX.

California School District Wins Battle For Equality in Girls' Sports

 Girls at a middle school in Pasadena won't be relegated to only cheering for the boys now.

S.C. Gov OK's Measure Penalizing Schools for LGBT Curricula

S.C. Gov OK's Penalizing Schools for LGBT Curricula

The state budget requires two colleges to make up for having put LGBT-themed books on student reading lists by teaching about the nation's founding documents.

President Obama Endorses Trans Student Protections

Trans Students Get Good News from President Obama

'The fact that we are applying [Title IX] to transgender students means that they are going to be in a position to assert their rights,' said President Obama in a recent interview.

D.C. Principal Comes Out to Students for Pride

D.C. Principal Comes Out to Students for Pride

The Westboro Baptist Church, however, has planned a protest at the school.

Univ. of California Aims to Become More LGBT-Inclusive

Univ. of California Aims to Become More LGBT-Inclusive

The suggestions from a two-year study of LGBT issues on campus include the creation of a bisexual workgroup, gender-neutral restrooms, and tax equity programs for staff in domestic partnerships.

UNC Schools Begin Offering Gay Military Spouses In-State Tuition

UNC Schools Begin Offering Gay Military Spouses In-State Tuition

Despite a state ban on same-sex marriage, the University of North Carolina system has begun offering in-state tuition to the gay spouses of military personnel, so long as they were wed in states that have instituted marriage equality.

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