Life after Obergefell: Will Queers Finally Become Visible within Public Schools?
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The 6th and final chapter addresses this legacy of state-sanctioned erasure and what that has meantfor queer children and adults. I then analyze the legacy of anti-queer erasure in U.S. public schools and what might be done to ameliorate this curiously bigoted inheritance.
KeywordsSexual Orientation Public School School Personnel Employment Protection Supreme Court Decision
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