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GLSEN News and Announcements

GLSEN Endorses National Physical Education and Sport Week to Improve Students' Health and Well-being
Teaching Respect Finds Having an LGBT-Inclusive Curriculum Related to Improved School Climate for LGBT Youth
Early Years are Key for Learning Respect: GLSEN Celebrates Week of the Young Child
On GLSEN's Day of Silence, President Obama Announces Support for the Safe Schools Improvement Act and the Student Non-Discrimination Act
Day of Silence Draws Record Participation with Students in 8,000 Schools to Raise Awareness of Anti-LGBT Bullying
GLSEN Statement on Mayor Vincent C. Gray's Announcement of Comprehensive Plan to Address Bullying in DC Public Schools
Wayne Local School District Reverses Position to Allow Student to Wear T-Shirt in Support of GLSEN’s Day of Silence
Ohio Gay Student Pursues Legal Action Against High School to Wear T-Shirt in Support of GLSEN's Day of Silence
Born This Way Foundation President and Co-Founder Cynthia Germanotta to Present Inaugural GLSEN GSA of the Year Award at the Respect Awards – New York
GLSEN Participates in White House LGBT Conference on Safe Schools and Communities
GLSEN Statement on Settlement of Anoka-Hennepin School District Bullying Lawsuits
Film Directors Brett Ratner and Tom Ford Partner with GLSEN and the Ad Council to Invite Filmmakers to Address Anti-Gay Language among Teens
GLSEN Statement on Impending Vote for Revised Curriculum Policy by Anoka-Hennepin School District
ELLE presents the GLSEN Fashion Lounge during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week February 12-13
GLSEN, Ad Council Announce "Think Before You Speak" TV Ads to Air at Super Bowl XLVI
First National Gay-Straight Alliance Day Set For January 25, 2012
Ninth Annual No Name-Calling Week Kicks Off in Schools Across the Country Spreading Message of Respect
GLSEN'S Annual No Name-Calling Week set to begin in Thousands of Schools this Week
GLSEN Releases Groundbreaking Elementary School Research & Toolkit
The following is a statement from GLSEN Executive Director Eliza Byard on the passing of Parents, Families & Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) Founder Jeanne Manford on Tuesday.