LGBT-Inclusive Curriculum

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The LGBT-Inclusive Curriculum provides lesson plans to integrate LGBT history, themes, and people into the classroom. Lesson plans range from grades K-12 and include themes such as LGBT History Month, Ready Set Respect!, ThinkB4YouSpeak, and more.

This curriculum ensures that LGBT students can see themselves reflected in their classroom by incorporating LGBT history and developmentally appropriate LGBT-relevant literature. It encourages students to gain a more complex understanding of their world, and teaches the importance of respectful behavior, critical thinking, and social justice while challenging students to explore their use of language and broadening their understanding of family structures and gender role diversity in their community. 

Educators can explore lesson plans for elementary, middle, and high school to determine what works best for their classroom.

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