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“I think it is healing behavior, to look at something so broken and see the possibility and wholeness in it.”

Adrienne Maree Brown, Emergent Strategy:
Shaping Change, Changing Worlds

Education Can Be So Much More

I believe wholeheartedly that education should be much more than just reading and writing – it’s art, and listening, and conversation, and the development of a love of life-long learning. I will challenge you, no doubt, but I will also help you find ways to connect what you’ve learning in class to what you do outside of school. I believe that teachers should work to achieve social justice, be aware of students’ cultures and experiences when creating lessons for them, and that education is the key to making the world a better place.

Meet Lyndsey

Lyndsey Schlax has been enthralled by interaction in education, history, art, and politics her entire life. While a teacher at the Ruth Asawa San Francsco School of the Arts, Lyndsey developed and taught the first LGBTQ Studies class to be offered in public high school, which she leveraged into increased visibility and collaboration among teachers and students, brining representation of queer history to many more schools and classrooms throughout the country.



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How To Build An Inclusive Classroom From Day One

Join us to learn about how to set the tone on day one for acceptance, inclusion, and celebration of students’ identities. Gain tools for getting to know your students, putting supportive classroom norms in place, and cultivating strategies for advocacy on behalf of and with LGBTQ+ students.


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