"When they [teachers] realize, 'I don't know what I'm doing,' you know how vulnerable it feels? It's a big deal. They need support," says Bethy Leonardi, co-founder of A Queer Endeavor
Former president of the Constitutional Tribunal about president’s promise to "seriously" consider prohibition of LGBTQ propaganda
The president of Poland, Andrzej Duda, has said that he he would “seriously” consider a law banning “homosexual propaganda” in schools and scouting organisations.
The Anglican Archbishop of Sydney says he is "deeply sorry" for a letter signed by 34 church schools that argued for the preservation of laws giving them the power to discriminate against gay students and teachers.
A planned overhaul of sex education in British schools is squeamish, conservative and caters more to boys than girls and LBGT+ pupils, according to feedback on the government proposals as a consultation period ended on Wednesday.
Scotland will lead the way in inclusive education.
“This is the most humiliating moment of my career,” the headmaster of Shore, Dr Tim Wright, told Guardian Australia. “I love the school. I love the boys. I feel I have let them down. I am sorry.”
With contradictory referendums set to hit November ballots, LGBTQ advocates are critical of President Tsai for not acting sooner
Heads of Sydney’s Abbotsleigh and Barker College say letter was misreported but apologise for the hurt it caused
Angry Anglican school alumni are planning protests and signing petitions decrying their former principals' decisions to campaign for the preservation of powers that would let them discriminate against gay staff.
CONCERNS ABOUT the means by which the upcoming referendum on marriage equality might become rigged have been raised with recent revelations regarding televised debates on referendum questions to be organized by the Central Election Commission (CEC).
Dan Tehan says government will get balance right in protecting freedom of religion and preventing teachers from being discriminated against