Book Review: The Educator’s Guide to LGBT+ Inclusion

The Educator's Guide to LGBT+ Inclusion

The Educator’s Guide to LGBT+ Inclusion: A Practical Resource for K-12 Teachers, Administrators, and School Support Staff

Kryss Shane

Jessica Kingsley Publishers




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LGBT+ was least noticed by the community long time ago but as of today LGBT+ are having a big bullying party and now asking for fair treatment. Religion and culture are big influence for all the people so, their perspective about LGBT+ is believed by the common people.
LGBT+ community are simply unique and people just can’t see that they are much more productive than they thought they are not. Some treatment are not given equally to LGBT+ people, let’s say for instance, in a school setting LGBT+ students are still being harassed and bullied at school, both verbally and physically. With heightened stressors like bullying, harassment and a lack of role models, LGBT+ students are more likely to experience negative educational outcomes. But in my case, I have experienced bullying inside my previous junior high school and I overcome it through surrounding great people like friends and family. With their support and guidance, I gained confidence to face those bullies. I focused on my positive side and academic works, that’s why I received great outcomes. Nevertheless, LGBT+ students need allies. Schools should be guarded by acceptance, respect, love and integrity. I believe, this book can help authorities to implement more welcoming school environment for LGBT+ students. Creating a supportive environment for LGBT+ students improves educational outcomes for all students, not just those who may identify as LGBT+. I guess, this book will gives light to the darkness of the unwanted LGBT+ member and selfishly declining their right to experience normal inside the school set up.

Michael Lean P. Camota more than 2 years ago

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