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Journal of Gay & Lesbian Issues in Education
J Gay Lesb Issues Educ

Published/Hosted by Haworth Press Inc. ISSN (printed): 1541-0889. ISSN (electronic): 1541-0870.

The Journal of Gay & Lesbian Issues in Education puts cutting-edge research studies, articles from frontline practitioners, and scholarly essays into your - and your students' - hands. With concise, jargon-free writing, this quarterly international journal delivers timely information that will keep you current with what's happening in educational policy, curriculum development, professional practice, and pedagogy. In addition to general issues, this quarterly peer-reviewed journal puts at least one in-depth themed feature in your hands with every other issue. Forthcoming themes include: Gay-Straight Alliances & GLBT Student Support Groups, Issues in Education & Globalization, Intersections Between Disabilities & LGBTQ Youth and Schools, Beyond Risk: Resilience in the Lives of Sexual Minority Youth. Subscribers to the Journal of Gay & Lesbian Issues in Education can be confident in the validity of information they find there. Each article is reviewed by an international editorial board made up of well-known educators, researchers, and figures in the worldwide LGBT community. Elizabeth Atkinson is Senior Lecturer in Education at the University of Sunderland, United Kingdom; Tim Bedford is Coordinator of the European Commission-supported GLEE Project; Warren J. Blumenfeld edits the International Journal of Sexuality and Gender Studies; Ronni Sanlo is Director of the UCLA Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Campus Resource Center; Didi Khayattis is the author of Lesbian Teachers: An Invisible Presence - these are just a few of the noted figures whose expertise you'll benefit from. Another unique feature of the Journal of Gay & Lesbian Issues in Education is its youth advisory board. This international group of LGBT youth, aged 16-35, brings an invaluable asset - perspectives from current/recent students - to the journal.

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