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4-H State Leaders' Readiness to Support Lesbian and Gay Youth-Assessing Leaders' Lesbian and Gay Knowledge, Homophobic Attitudes, and Best Practice Implementation - author: Jeff R.Soder; Degree: Doctor of Philosophy, Ohio State University, Human and Community Resource Development, 2009. Also in pdf format here. (pdf file)
This study builds upon Cooperative Extension's diversity efforts by considering 4-H state leaders' readiness to support lesbian and gay youth. Forty-seven (64%) of the 74 addressees on a national list of 4-H state leaders responded to a questionnaire on leaders' knowledge of lesbians and gays, homophobic attitudes, and practices regarding lesbian and gay youth.
Bullying and Biased-Based Harassment in King County Schools
California Safe Schools Coalition Research: Safe Schools Research Brief 13: Understanding School Safety for Transgender Students (pdf format)
Safe Schools Research Brief 12: Gender Non-conformity and School Safety: Documenting the problem and steps schools can take (pdf format)
Safe Schools Research Brief 11: School Safety for Middle School Students (pdf format)
Safe Schools Research Brief 10: Understanding School Safety and the Intersection of Race, Ethnicity and Sexual Orientation (pdf format)
Safe Schools Research Brief 9: Understanding Differences Between Schools in Overall LGBT School Safety (pdf format)
Safe Schools Research Brief 8: Multiple Forms of Bias-Related Harassment at School (pdf format)
Safe Schools Research Brief 7: School Safety and Academic Achievement (pdf format)
Safe Schools Research Brief 6: School Safety for Students with LGBT Parents (pdf format)
Safe Schools Research Brief 5: The Economic Cost of Bullying at school (pdf format)
Safe Schools Research Brief 4: LGBT Issues in the Curriculum Promotes School Safety (pdf format)
Safe Schools Research Brief 3: LGBT Student Safety: Steps Schools Can Take (pdf format)
Safe Schools Research Brief 2: Harassment Based on Sexual Orientation and its Consequences (pdf format)
Safe Schools Research Brief 1: District Policies and Trainings (pdf format)
Center for Research and Education on Gender and Sexuality (CREGS) - San FranciscoState University - produces and disseminates knowledge and resources that address the impact of gender on health and well-being, promote healthy sexuality, and reduce sexual and reproductive health disparities. Linking research to best practices and disseminate findings to policymakers to promote healthy sexuality.
The Hamilton College Gay Issues Poll: A 2001 national poll of more than a thousand high school seniors.
Hatred in the Hallways: Violence and Discrimination Against Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Students in U.S. Schools: Based on in-depth interviews with 140 youth and 130 teachers, administrators, counselors, parents, and youth service providers in seven states, this 2001 report offers the first comprehensive look at the human rights abuses suffered by lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students at the hands of their peers. Full report available on line  and paperback book version is available from Human Rights Watch for $15 + $5 s/h. Order online or call 212-290-4700.
HIV/AIDS and Young Men Who Have Sex With Men - a May 2009 factsheet from Department of Health and Human Services Division of Adolescent and School Health.(pdf file)
Hostile Hallways: Bullying, Teasing, and Sexual Harassment in School: A 2001 report on the findings of a nationally representative survey of 2,064 eighth- through 11th-graders, it investigates sexual harassment in public schools. (pdf format)
The Intersections of Racial, Gender and Orientation Harassment in School and Health Risk Behaviors Among Adolescents: An analysis of data from the CDC's Youth Risk Behavior Survey. (pdf format)
Our Families ~ Our Children - The Lesbian and Gay Child Care Task Force Report on Quality Child Care: A report documenting the very best in child care for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender parents and their children, offering hope and direction to enhance the quality of child care for children and families.
Safe Place to Learn: This 2004 California statewide study is the largest ever of anti- gay harassment in schools. It shows the problem is widespread, dangerous and preventable. Despite an anti-harassment law that took effect four years ago this month, harassment and bullying based on sexual orientation remain persistent and pervasive in California schools. 7.5% of California's middle and high school students, more than 200,000 students every year, are targets of harassment based on actual or perceived sexual orientation, according to a study released today by the California Safe Schools Coalition. The Safe Place to Learn study, including 26 times more respondents than any previous study on the issue, found that such widespread bullying has dangerous academic, health and safety consequences for students. The study is among the first to document that schools can take concrete steps to reduce harassment and improve student health and safety. Download the 2-page summary. (pdf format)
Sex Education in America: A 2003 NPR/Kaiser/Kennedy School report based on two nationwide telephone surveys: a survey of the general public and a survey of school principals. (pdf format)
They Don't Even Know Me: Understanding Anti-Gay Harassment & Violence in Schools: This landmark 75-page report from the Safe Schools Coalition describes the findings of a 5-year study in elementary, middle and high schools in 37 school districts. Included are 111 actual case studies of the incidents reported to the researchers, ranging from name-calling to 22 assaults and 8 gang rapes. (pdf format)
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