Programs and Services
Integrating lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer LGBTQ history means better schools for all
You can email us at
Or call us at
If you are a human and are seeing this field, please leave it blank.
Other staff member
School Address 1
School Address 2
District of Columbia
Which History UnErased professional development workshop option will meet the needs of your school?
One full day workshop session (7 hours)
One half day workshop session (3 hours)
One 90 minute workshop session
Three-day summer workshop sessions
Which History UnErased mentoring option will meet the needs of your school? All options provide sustained on-line collaboration for a full academic year in addition to the following on-site visit options. (Each on-site visit will be tailored to meet the needs of your staff: modeling of lessons, small group discussion/collaboration, personalized/individual meetings with classroom teachers and/or administrators.)
Four on-site visits
Two on-site visits
One on-site visit
Which History UnErased community engagement options will meet the needs of your school? (Check all that apply)
Online dissemination of History UnErased’s workshop content and resources to parents
Community event with parents, students and staff
Which of the following describes your school district:
Additional information that will help History UnErased understand the specific needs of your school:
Please check here if you would like History UnErased to send an estimated cost analysis based on your responses.
Have you been taught LGBTQ history?
Do you want (or need) to learn LGBTQ history?
How prepared are your teachers to include LGBTQ history in your class?
I don’t know
Other (please explain below)
How would you like your teachers to be supported as they begin to introduce LGBTQ history in your class? (Check all that apply)
Workshop sessions where your teachers will learn about LGBTQ history and how to manage the introduction of LGBTQ history in your class.
Mentoring sessions where your teachers will have discussions about LGBTQ history and how it connects to what you are already learning.
Will your parents or guardians have questions or concerns about the introduction of LGBTQ history in your school?
I don't know
Please use this space for your questions, comments or suggestions.