Citations with the tag: GAY teachers
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- ACADEMICS : CHALKING UP GAY LESSONS.
Giteck, Lenny // Advocate; 9/3/81, Issue 325, p16
Interviews four gay academics in the United States. Homophobia in universities; Experience of coming out to students; Contributions of gay academics.
- A Beginning of the End of Discrimination.
Giteck, Lenny // Advocate; 2/28/75, Issue 158, p10
Reports that the Gay Teachers Association has received a written assurance of a non-discriminatory policy on the part of the New York City Board of Education in New York City, New York. Statement of the board's personnel division executive director; Reaction of the association's spokesperson...
- SHARE IT.
Giteck, Lenny // AXM; Nov2008, p98
The article provides an answer to a question of how to determine if the teacher is gay.
- To Sir with Gay Love: Coming Out in the Classroom.
Saslow, James M. // Advocate; 8/6/85, Issue 426, p8
Focuses on the life of the author as a gay teacher. Encouragement of the beginning of gay research by groups like the Gay Academic Union; Acceptance of the teacher by his students.
- NEWSFRONT: PENNSYLVANIA.
Saslow, James M. // Advocate; 1/19/88, Issue 490, p25
Reports on the step taken by the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers to press for additional benefits and protection for gay union members. Creation of the Committee on Labor and Education Equity; 'Domestic partner' benefits; Approval sought from the national chapter.
- Thoughts from a gay teacher in a Catholic school.
Wells, Ann // U.S. Catholic; Jan2002, Vol. 67 Issue 1, p38
Presents thoughts of a gay junior high school teacher regarding his ambition to be a positive gay role model in a school. His revelation on being a gay; His greatest struggle; His clarification about how church recognizes homosexuality.
- CLASSROOM CATHARSIS.
Wells, Ann // Advocate; 12/31/91, Issue 593, p11
Reports that the Equity Institute in California is offering Project Empowerment, a weekend retreat for gay and lesbian educators on March 6-8. Objectives of the program; Activities.
- Peggy Burton Files Appeal.
Wells, Ann // Advocate; 5/7/75, Issue 163, p13
Reports on gay teacher Peggy Burton's decision to file for an appeal to get her job back in Oregon. School district's decision to fire Burton for being a gay; Lower court's decision that Burton is entitled to damages but not reinstatement; Lawyer of Burton.
Gregory-Lewis, Sasha // Advocate; 9/6/78, Issue 249, p26
Reports on developments related to gays in the United States. Decision of National Education Association to support rights of gay teachers; Approval of a gay rights ordinance in city employment by Hartford City Council in Connecticut.
- Houston Cops Get Training on Gays.
Gregory-Lewis, Sasha // Advocate; 4/1/82, Issue 339, p15
Reports on the agreement reached between the Gay Political Caucus and the Houston Police Academy in Texas to add gay teachers to the academy's staff. Aim of sensitizing police officers to the gay lifestyle; Outline of the academy's gay lifestyle education program.
- GAY TEACHERS: Lesbians Battle Prejudice In The Blackboard Jungle.
Freiberg, Peter // Advocate; 10/2/84, Issue 404, p21
Reports on the discrimination against gay teachers in the U.S. Incidents of discrimination against gay teachers; Court rulings in discrimination cases; Legal security of gay teachers.
- Gish fights back.
Freiberg, Peter // Advocate; 1/29/75, Issue 156, p7
Reports on the appeal made by teacher, John Gish against the rulings by Fred G. Burke, New Jersey State School Commissioner which put him into a non-teaching position and had ordered a psychiatric examination to determine if Gish is fit to teach. Details about the case; Allegations and...
- DALLAS D.C. VOTE ON GAY TEACHERS.
Freiberg, Peter // Advocate; 11/30/77, Issue 229, p13
Focuses on the vote given by the District of Columbia City Council of Dallas, Texas in favor of continuing protecting the job rights of gay teachers and other gay citizens as of November 30, 1977. Effect of the decision on the life of gays in Dallas; Name of the council member who is opposed to...
- Taking a stand.
Johnston, Robert C. // Education Week; 9/6/95, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p31
Profiles Jonathan Wilson as a gay educator. Wilson's admission at school board meeting; Reaction of various sectors on proposal to teach aspects of homosexuality in schools; Discussion of religious aspects of homosexuality.
- SHORT TAKES: Maui, HI.
Johnston, Robert C. // Advocate; 7/22/82, Issue 347, p57
Reports on the reinstatement of Arnold Sciullo, a gay teacher who was fired by Maui Community College in Hawaii in 1978.
- Gay hospitality suite sought for NEA meet.
Johnston, Robert C. // Advocate; 5/23/73, Issue 112, p12
Reports that the Gay Teachers Caucus is planning to raise money to finance an all-out campaign to pass a gay rights resolution at the National Education Association's 1973 convention in Portland, Oregon. Previous defeat of the resolution at the 1972 convention.
- BRIGGS REACHES RURAL EDUCATOR.
Pred, Elenore G. // Advocate; 7/26/78, Issue 246, p12
Reports on the controversy due to the discovery of a gay teacher, Larry Berner in Healdsburg, California as of May 1978. Impact of the knowledge of Berner's homosexuality on the parents of other children; Impact of the controversy on Berner's life; Views of colleagues and parents of Berner's...
- Dispatch: PROP. 6 IS TROUNCED.
Pred, Elenore G. // Advocate; 12/13/78, Issue 256, p9
Reports on the defeat of an anti-gay proposition aimed at gay teachers in California. Gay leaders' response to the outcome of the vote; Approval of homosexuality; Implications for future anti-gay movements.
- GROUPS & EVENTS: Teachers Demand End Of Gay Committee.
Pred, Elenore G. // Advocate; 12/13/78, Issue 256, p12
Reports on a resolution that would disband the Committee on the Concerns of Lesbians and Gay Males of the National Council of Teachers of English in Kansas City.
- Turning Inward.
Ruenzel, David // Teacher Magazine; Aug/Sep99, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p74
Features Rodney Wilson, a teacher at Mehlville High School. When he revealed to one of his classes that he was a gay; His complaint against the Mehlville School District; His life after his battle with the district.
- Living Together.
Ruenzel, David // Teacher Magazine; Jan2000, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p11
Reports on a policy for the homosexual faculty members who are in committed relationships at the Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts.
- TRIANGLE TEACHER, YOGA ENTHUSIAST, SEEKING PITT.
Ruenzel, David // Xtra (Toronto); 2/12/2009, Issue 634, p17
The article features Jeffrey White, a gay teacher at the Triangle Program in Toronto, Ontario.
- Gay teachers best for kids.
Ruenzel, David // Advocate; 10/10/73, Issue 122, p10
Reports that homosexuals may make the best and safest teachers for small children. Characteristics of gays that make them good teachers.
- How California Voters See Sexual Preference and Occupation.
Ruenzel, David // Advocate; 6/14/78, Issue 243, p8
Reports on attitude adopted by voters in the poll commissioned by Concerned Voters of California for initiative to deprive gay teachers. Belief of voters for legality of homosexual activities; Questions for occupation for gay people; Benefits of voting for gay people; Arguments by people for...
- NEWSBRIEFS: Cleveland, OHIO.
Ruenzel, David // Advocate; 7/23/85, Issue 425, p29
Reports on the defeat of gay man Robert Navis in his fight against catholic school Cleveland Catholic Diocese where he was working as a teacher as of July 1985. Reason cited for non-renewal of Navis's contract with the school for the following year; Views of Navis following his defeat.
- REACHING FOR THE STARS.
Grzesiak, Rich // Advocate; 1/31/89, Issue 517, p32
Profiles Gerald I. Mallon, the gay teacher and planetarium director at the Methacton School District in southeastern Pennsylvania, who received a fellowship through the Challenger Center for Space Science Education. Mallon's desire to battle racism, homophobia and sexism within the gay and...
- Progress for Acanfora.
Grzesiak, Rich // Advocate; 3/28/73, Issue 108, p13
Reports on the progress on gay schoolteacher Joe Acanfora's fight for his right to teach. U.S. District Court Judge Joseph Young's denial of a motion by the Montgomery County, Maryland School Board to dismiss Acanfora's lawsuit against it; Young's order for the immediate reinstate of Acanfora...
- Acanfora decision may help teachers.
Grzesiak, Rich // Advocate; 4/10/74, Issue 135, p19
Reports on the benefit derived by educators from the appeals court ruling that denied a gay teacher restitution to his junior high school classroom post. Legal precedent in securing the rights of homosexuals to enter the teaching profession; Employment status of the gay teacher.
- Dispatch: PROP. 6 NEWS.
Anderson, Scott P. // Advocate; 10/4/78, Issue 251, p10
Report on developments related to the Briggs Initiative/Proposition 6 campaign for equality in employment of homosexual teachers in Healdsburg, California as of October 4, 1978. Allegations levelled against a homosexual teacher of elementary school; Reason for blocking Proposition 6 by Los...
- TEACHERS: A Scenario.
Sullivan, Phil // Advocate; 10/4/78, Issue 251, p13
Presents various situations that depict relationship between gay teachers and students. Reason for the opposition faced by a gay teacher from his neighbors; Ways in which a gay teacher reassures his student while teaching him mathematics; Recollections of a student of his relationship with his...
- Teaching by example.
Blotcher, Jay // Advocate; 7/23/2002, Issue 868, p18
Interviews Mark French, educator and principal of Oak View Elementary School regarding gay teachers in Maple Grove, Minnesota. Appearance of French in Nickelodeon special about gay families; Reaction to negative repercussions from writing pro-gay letters; Efforts to educate children about gay...
- December 14, 1977: Teachers with class.
Blotcher, Jay // Advocate; 12/08/98, Issue 774, p22
Presents excerpts from an article published in the December 14, 1977, issue of the `Advocate' magazine. Focus on social conditions of gay teachers in California during the 1970s.
- POLLS SHOW VOTE WILL BE CLOSE.
Blotcher, Jay // Lesbian Tide; Nov/Dec77, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p14
This article reports on a survey on the approval of ban against gay teachers in California.
- Gay Teachers organizing.
Blotcher, Jay // Advocate; 7/5/72, Issue 89, p17
Reveals that the Gay Teachers Caucus of the National Education Association (NEA) is organizing under the leadership of English teacher John Gish. Plans of the caucus to introduce a bylaw change at the NEA convention defining 'ethnic' to include homosexuals.
- BRIGGS INITIATIVE DELAYED.
Pred, Elenore G. // Advocate; 12/14/77, Issue 230, p8
Reports on the attempt of Senator John Briggs to get rid gay educators in California. Views of Attorney General Evelle Younger on the initiative; Lawsuit filed by a legal group on the bill; Withdrawal of the petitions.
- EFFORT TO FORGE COALITION TO FIGHT BRIGGS INITIATIVE.
Pred, Elenore G. // Advocate; 11/16/77, Issue 228, p17
Reports on efforts to forge a state-wide coalition to coordinate opposition to California Senator John Briggs' initiative campaign against gay teachers. Coverage of Briggs' proposal; Organization of seminars and conferences by gay leaders to coordinate opposition to Briggs' campaign.
Pred, Elenore G. // Advocate; 11/16/77, Issue 228, p23
Presents several issues related to homosexuality. Comments on the U.S. Supreme Court decision not to review the gay school teacher cases; Announcement of 'The Advocate' magazine's inclusion of a reader survey supplement in its issues; Magazine's endorsements for New York municipal elections.
- Dispatch: GAY SPEAKER IN CLASSROOM.
Pred, Elenore G. // Advocate; 8/23/78, Issue 248, p7
Reports on the appearance of gay speaker in high school classroom in Bainbridge Island, Washington.
- Dispatch; PROP. 6 NEWS.
Anderson, Scott P. // Advocate; 10/18/1978, Issue 252, p7
Presents news items related to the measure Proposition 6 regarding anti gay teacher in California. Politicians opposing the measure; Percentage of voters who support the measure; Fund raising for no on the measure.
- Boon in Oklahoma Suit.
Anderson, Scott P. // Advocate; 12/27/79, Issue 283, p11
Reports that the Oklahoma Attorney General's office has tried to disarm the suit filed by seven anonymous educators against the state's Helms Bill, which lets public school administrators to dismiss gay teachers.
- DO HOMOSEXUAL TEACHERS ACCOUNT FOR ABOUT HALF OF NEWS STORIES OF MOLESTATIONS OF PUPILS A BOSTON GLOE REPLICATION.
Cameron, Paul // Psychological Reports; Feb2002, Vol. 90 Issue 1, p173
Examines the prevalence of molestations of pupils by homosexual teachers basing on the newspaper reports of the 'Boston Globe' publication in Massachusetts. Estimates on the rate of homosexual molestations; Comparison between nationwide and local findings; Comparative prevalence between male...
- NEW GROUPS.
Cameron, Paul // Advocate; 8/10/77, Issue 221, p41
Provides information on a gay professor Richard Aumiller of the University of Delaware (UD) who won a key federal court ruling on employment discrimination. Need for UD to reinstate the professor; Requirement of the university to compensate for Aumiller's emotional distress.
- Out in Print.
Provenzano, Jim // Advocate; 9/24/91, Issue 586, p70
Focuses on the support provided by the periodical 'Out on Campus,' to U.S. gay and lesbian teachers and college administrators faced with homophobia and ambivalence in schools. Background on the newsletter; Contents; Circulation.
- Says gay teachers as good as straight.
Provenzano, Jim // Advocate; 1/3/73, Issue 102, p13
Declares that gay schoolteachers are as good as heterosexual teachers as stated by an unidentified head counselor in a public high school quoted by Art Seidenbaum, columnist of the journal 'Los Angles Times.' Furor over homosexuals visiting classrooms; Mistrust of politicians against teachers.
- Canceling the Queers Heightens National Awareness in Arts Education.
Heise, Donalyn // Journal of Social Theory in Art Education; 2003, Issue 23, p167
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's comments on the issue of canceling the gay teachers in arts education.
- ACANFORAS ON TV.
Heise, Donalyn // Advocate; 11/22/72, Issue 99, p13
Details the interview of Joe Acanfora Sr. taped for a national public service television in California concerning issues about the homosexuality of his son, Joe Acanfora Jr. Acceptance of Acanfora on his son's identity; Broadcast of Acanfora's interview over WNET; Effort of the Acanforas to...
- Teacher's story.
Heise, Donalyn // Gay Times (09506101); Jun2008, Issue 357, p60
The article discusses the author's experience of being a gay teacher.
- NEWSLINE: NY Gay Teacher Have 1-1 Season.
Heise, Donalyn // Advocate; 6/2/76, Issue 191, p11
Presents news items related to discrimination of gays in employment in New York City as of June 1976. Attempts of Gay Teachers Association of New York City to oppose issues related to discrimination in public schools; Revision of medical standards for gays in police force in Los Angeles,...
- 'Coming Out' as a Catholic School Teacher.
Coleman, Gerald D. // America; 03/19/2001, Vol. 184 Issue 9, p11
Examines the status of homosexual teachers in a Catholic school. Stages of homosexuality; Stand of the Catholic Church on homosexuality; Advice to homosexual teachers in a Catholic school.
- Teaching Authentically.
Gumbleton, Thomas J. // America; 04/23/2001, Vol. 184 Issue 14, p19
Comments on the article ``Coming Out' as a Catholic School Teacher,' by Gerald Coleman, about the need for homosexual teachers from Catholic schools to inform the public about their identity. Role of such decision in guiding homosexual students; Ways to address the discrimination faced by...