Resources for Developing Inclusive Schools [web resource] [downloadable]
When students feel safe at school, they can thrive. Welcoming Schools, a project of the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, offers an array of free resources designed to help educators and administrators create a welcoming school community.
The following materials are available for download. Where noted, a Spanish language version is also provided.
Ensure all of your students and their families feel welcome with this simple checklist to assess your school climate. Also available in Spanish.
If visitors came to your classroom, would they know that diversity is valued as a resource in this classroom?
Engaging lessons on family diversity, LGBTQ topics, understanding gender and preventing bias-based bullying. Aligned with national standards.
Welcoming Schools Safe Schools signs are available for download. Show your support for all students.
Students ask a lot of questions, and some are difficult to answer quickly and succinctly. Practicing responses will help to ensure that you are prepared to get your students the answers they need.
Whether you need clarification on what “transgender” means or your students need an age-appropriate explanation of what “gay” means, we’ve got you covered.
HRC Welcoming Schools has two short YouTube videos to help you to transform your school’s or community’s environment to one that is safer and more welcoming.
It is essential to know supporting laws and policies in your state when advocating for changes to ensure respect for all students and families.
Encuentre recursos para crear ambientes inclusivos y respetuosos en las aulas escolares y apoyar a la juventud LGBTQ.
Find additional resources on the WelcomingSchools.org website.
Source: HRC Foundation | WelcomingSchools.org, http://www.welcomingschools.org | Copyright ©2018 The Human Rights Campaign Foundation
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