More than 27% of students in Illinois Pre-K-12 schools are in a gender inclusive environment with clear policies, procedures, and practices that ensure access to education in accordance with gender identity.

That’s 565,642 students across Illinois. 

 

Alliance Names Owen Daniel-McCarter as New Executive Director

For Immediate Release: June 13, 2016

Grace Gonia

Grace was one of the awardees for the Activist of the Year 2012. Watch this video of Grace explaining how the Alliance supports LGBTQ youth sensitize their peers and help build safer schools.

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Convening young people from all over the state, the Alliance creates a forum for students to inform, participate in and lead the Illinois LGBTQ safe schools movement.

Providing public education on sexual orientation and gender identity topics across the state of Illinois, the Alliance’s “Safety for All” framework addresses sexual orientation and gender identit

Recognizing the importance of inclusive policies within educational entities and human rights agencies, the Alliance works on policy advocacy initiatives with schools, school districts and governme

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Oct 10, 2016

More than 27% of students in Illinois Pre-K-12 schools are in a gender inclusive environment with clear policies, procedures, and practices that ensure access to education in accordance with gender identity. 

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