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Tips for teachers
A recent nationwide survey found that three-quarters of LGBT teens had been harassed or assaulted at school. Challenges like these can make it harder for LGBT students to reach their full academic potential. Abuse at school also can affect their emotional and physical health. All students - LGBT or straight - benefit from positive relationships with their teachers. [ http://cl.s4.exct.net/?qs=1f572a7e04dabac09f26520e1d326f9699aa95a854e0f97cfb44814720193e36 ]By taking the time to connect and creating a safe environment in your classroom, educators can help LGBT students develop resilience.
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