Gender Inclusivity in the Classroom

Creating a safe an inclusive space for students to learn free from bullying and discrimination is extremely important. Everyone from teachers, to school staff, to students have a role

to play in fostering gender inclusivity in the classroom.


This brochure outlines the importance of using inclusive language and non-offending questions to foster and inclusive learning environment.







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References

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Sakurai, S. (2021). What are personal pronouns and why do they matter? MyPronouns.org. https://www.mypronouns.org/what-and-why


Schvey, N. A., Klein, D. A., Pearlman, A. T., Kraff, R. I., & Riggs, D. S. (2020). Stigma, health, and psychosocial functioning among transgender active-duty service members in the US military. Stigma and Health, 5(2), 188–198.


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