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2013 National School Climate Survey Full Report

2013 National School Climate Survey Full Report

2013 National School Climate Survey Full

The 2013 NationalSchool Climate SurveyThe Experiences of Lesbian, Gay,Bisexual and Transgender Youthin Our Nation’s SchoolsA Report from the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Networkwww.glsen.org

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  • Page 5 and 6: TABLE OF CONTENTSPREFACE ..........
  • Page 7 and 8: LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURESTable 1.1
  • Page 9: Figure 3.6 Experiences of Harassmen
  • Page 14 and 15: AcknowledgementsThe authors would f
  • Page 17: ABOUT THE SURVEYIn 1999, GLSEN iden
  • Page 20 and 21: --59.2% of transgender students had
  • Page 22 and 23: • Less than half of students (45.
  • Page 24 and 25: Harassment and Assault• LGBT stud
  • Page 26 and 27: School Locale• Students in rural/
  • Page 29 and 30: For nearly 25 years, GLSEN has work
  • Page 31: METHODS ANDSAMPLE
  • Page 34 and 35: Table 1.1 Characteristics of Survey
  • Page 37 and 38: School SafetyKey Findings• Nearly
  • Page 39: in avoiding school. When asked abou
  • Page 42 and 43: GLSEN strives to make schools safe
  • Page 44 and 45: and 42.3% reported that staff never
  • Page 46 and 47: often they heard negative remarks s
  • Page 48 and 49: “This past week has been nothing
  • Page 50 and 51: Experiences of Other Types of Haras
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    Reporting of School-Based Harassmen

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    The staff at my school do nothing a

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    I sometimes feel that I wasn’t ha

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    the incident or act as if they were

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    Effectiveness of Staff Responses to

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    “My relationship with my girlfrie

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    • 59.2% of transgender students h

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    Although all students deserve equal

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    “My school has a policy that you

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    Education, and Social Sciences and

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    Insight on Psychological Well-Being

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    Insight on Being Out in SchoolBeing

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    excluded and disconnected from thei

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    Availabilityof School-BasedResource

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    positive way (18.5% of the full sam

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    (44.2%) reported that they could fi

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    The presence of LGBT school personn

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    disciplined for behaviors for which

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    School-based resources, such as sup

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    Students’ Connections to Peers an

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    or uncomfortable (16.7% vs. 32.9%),

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    “I am so glad to have teachers wh

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    • Reported higher GPAs than other

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    Responses to Anti-LGBT Remarks andV

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    PART THREE:DIFFERENCES INSCHOOL CLI

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    LGBT students are a diverse populat

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    It is important to note that despit

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    which generally refers to someone w

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    It is also important to acknowledge

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    harassed based on their gender expr

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    Comparisons of BiasedLanguage, Vict

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    and high school students was greate

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    Anti-LGBT Language in School. Overa

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    Comparisons by RegionThe United Sta

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    102 THE 2013 NATIONAL SCHOOL CLIMAT

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    Experiences of Victimization. As sh

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    most unsafe. LGBT students in rural

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    Through our biennial National Schoo

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    Experiences of Harassment and Assau

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    LGBT-Related Resources Over TimeIn

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    114 THE 2013 NATIONAL SCHOOL CLIMAT

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    Limitations

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    Furthermore, our survey was availab

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    The 2013 National School Climate Su

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    history, and events through inclusi

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    24 To compare differences between g

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    57 To test differences in victimiza

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    to have been suspended than genderq

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    114 The relationship between number

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    multivariate results were significa

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    variables) as the dependent variabl

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    202 A variety of strategies were us

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    Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education N

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