This course is designed for all school personnel. This unique training explores the relationships, commonalities, and intersectionality of race, gender, and sexual orientation. This training provides the definitions of key concepts and explores the impact of intersectionality on students. You will conclude the training by developing an action plan to support LGBTQ+ students who have multiple marginalized identities.  Read More

This course, designed for educators and education leaders, provides an overview of effective messaging and communication strategies on controversial issues. It also offers resources and models for talking to constituents about the need to address LGBTQ+ related bias in schools, advocating for LGBTQ+ affirming policies, and providing LGBTQ+ inclusive education.  Read More

Supporting Transgender, Non-Binary, and Gender Non-Conforming (GNC) Students is the last course in the NEA LGBTQ+ training series. In this course, we’ll learn about LGBTQ+ terminology, LGBTQ+ transitions, how to create safer schools for LGBTQ+ and BIPOC students, and how the Racial Justice in Education Framework flows through all these topics. Read More

In this course, we will introduce the importance of creating safe spaces for LGBTQ+ students, and especially those who are Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC). We will review NEA’s Racial Justice Framework, data from the nation’s leading research organizations on LGBTQ+ youth and discuss how we as educators can intentionally create safer spaces for LGBTQ+ students.   By the end of this course, you will expand your awareness about school safety issues for LGBTQ+ students, analyze the factors that affect their safety, and develop action plans to create safer spaces for LGBTQ+ students in your learning community. Read More

In this course, you will learn how to identify where you may hold an unconscious bias, and explore classroom strategies to address specific anti-LGBTQ+ bias. In addition, you will learn the core tenants of anti-bias, antiracist education and develop action plans to ensure your curriculum, instructional materials, and approach are inclusive and welcoming to all students.  Read More

This course explains what poverty-related trauma is and how it can impact student behavior and the ability to learn. The course will also provide guidance for educators on how best to support students experiencing this type of trauma and how to create an overall empathetic classroom environment. Implementing these methods will ultimately benefit all of your students, not only those experiencing trauma. Read More

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