Equity & Diversity Video

You Come Out Because You Can’t Not: A Gay Teacher’s Perspective

February 16, 2016 1:58

High school writing teacher Patty Smith discusses the importance of building an LGBT-inclusive school community. Smith’s desire to create a safe space for all students was the result of her personal decision to come out. “It’s hard to do anything when you can’t be yourself,” she explains. More here: http://www.edweek.org/ew/projects/beyond-bias-countering-stereotypes-in-school.html Education Week Video

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