Providing Hope: Transgender Youth in an Age of Uncertainty

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“What Are My Rights at School?”

“Title IX is a federal law that makes sex discrimination illegal in most schools. Most courts who have looked at the issue have said that this includes discrimination against someone because they are transgender or because they don’t meet gender-related stereotypes or expectations. Several other federal and state laws also protect transgender students. Here are some of the rights you have under these laws:

Call to Action

According to Eliza Byard, GLSEN Executive Director,

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