Research

Type
Research, Reports, and Briefs
Identity Topic
Transgender Students
Nonbinary Students
Black LGBTQ Students
This brief focuses solely on the school experiences of Middle Eastern and North African (MENA) LGBTQ students in secondary schools in the U.S.
Program
GSA
Student Network
Educator Network
Type
Research, Reports, and Briefs
The GSA Study: Leader Narratives on Best Practices for Gender and Sexuality Alliance Clubs
Type
Research, Reports, and Briefs
Issue
Misgendering, Gender, and Pronouns
Identity Topic
Transgender Students
Nonbinary Students
This brief discusses considerations regarding sexual orientation and gender identity data collection in survey-based data collection and provides specific example items for use among secondary school students.
Program
Changing the Game
Type
Research, Reports, and Briefs
Issue
Athletics
Identity Topic
Transgender Students
Nonbinary Students
The purpose of this Research Brief is to illustrate the sports-related experiences of LGBTQ students in K-12 schools...
Program
GSA
Student Network
Educator Network
Type
Research, Reports, and Briefs
The GSA Study is the first comprehensive report on the experiences of students and advisors in GSAs across the United States.
Type
Research, Reports, and Briefs
Issue
Misgendering, Gender, and Pronouns
Identity Topic
Transgender Students
Nonbinary Students
The purpose of this Research Brief is to illustrate the experiences of transgender and nonbinary students in K-12 schools . . .
Type
Research, Reports, and Briefs
Based on data from the 2019 National School Climate Survey, State Snapshots provide the facts on school climate for LGBTQ students in selected states.
Type
School Climate Survey
Research, Reports, and Briefs
Identity Topic
Asian and Pacific Islander LGBTQ Students
Black LGBTQ Students
Indigenous LGBTQ Students
Latinx LGBTQ Students
Gender Non Conforming ​​​​​​​(GNC) Student
Transgender Students
LGBTQ Students with ​​​​​​​Disabilities
Nonbinary Students
Students of Color
Twenty years of data about LGBTQ student experiences show that continued investment in supports and resources can make schools safer and more affirming for LGBTQ youth.
Type
School Climate Survey
New data from the largest-ever survey of LGBTQ students shows homophobic remarks and verbal harassment in school leveling off for the first time in a decade, and victimization based on gender expression increasing.
Type
School Climate Survey
LGBTQ Students Experience Pervasive Harassment and Discrimination, But School-Based Supports Can Make a Difference
Type
School Climate Survey
LGBTQ Students Experience Pervasive Harassment and Discrimination, But School-Based Supports Can Make a Difference
Type
School Climate Survey
New data from the largest-ever survey of LGBTQ students shows homophobic remarks and verbal harassment in school leveling off for the first time in a decade, and victimization based on gender expression increasing.
Type
School Climate Survey
New data from the largest-ever survey of LGBTQ students shows homophobic remarks and verbal harassment in school leveling off for the first time in a decade, and victimization based on gender expression increasing.
Type
School Climate Survey
New data from the largest-ever survey of LGBTQ students shows homophobic remarks and verbal harassment in school leveling off for the first time in a decade, and victimization based on gender expression increasing.
Type
School Climate Survey
New data from the largest-ever survey of LGBTQ students shows homophobic remarks and verbal harassment in school leveling off for the first time in a decade, and victimization based on gender expression increasing.
Type
School Climate Survey
New data from the largest-ever survey of LGBTQ students shows homophobic remarks and verbal harassment in school leveling off for the first time in a decade, and victimization based on gender expression increasing.
Type
School Climate Survey
New data from the largest-ever survey of LGBTQ students shows homophobic remarks and verbal harassment in school leveling off for the first time in a decade, and victimization based on gender expression increasing.
Type
Research, Reports, and Briefs
Issue
Harassment, Bullying, and Discrimination
Inclusive Curriculum
Educators who support LGBTQ students may face hostile school climates. This brief reveals the similarities and differences between LGBTQ and non-LGBTQteachers’ experiences of engaging in LGBTQ-inclusive and supportive teaching.
Type
Research, Reports, and Briefs
Issue
Harassment, Bullying, and Discrimination
Identity Topic
Students of Color
Indigenous LGBTQ Students
Native American, American Indian, and Alaska Native LGBTQ and two-spirit students experience hostile school climates, but school resources can make a difference.