April 2019
Movement Advancement Project, National Center for Transgender Equality, GLSEN

Transgender students are part of our school communities, and like other students, they’re there to learn, graduate and prepare for their future. That means they need to be able to attend school and be safe, respected, and use the school facilities, such as restrooms, that match the gender they live every day without being singled out for discrimination and harassment.  This equity tool provides statistics surrounding discrimination and harrassment of transgender students as well as laws and policies needed to ensure transgender students can fully participate in school. 



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