A Good Fit: Finding the right school for children in LGBTQ families

August 2011
Just Out;8/5/2011, Vol. 28 Issue 17, p18
The article offers information on what parents should look for in an LGBTQ-supportive school in Portland, Oregon. It includes administrators and faculty talk fairly about the issues of the LGBTQ community, anti-bullying policy that follow the Oregon Safe Schools Act, and an LGBTQ support group if the child needs it. It also includes parents that are supportive in the parent-teacher association.


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