Gender Inclusivity and Student Support with Alex Myers 

Spend an evening with the NYHS and Alex Myers, a transgender writer, to learn about fostering gender inclusivity in your classroom!

Summer Workshop: Stonewall 50 — LGBTQ Life in NYC 

In this exciting two-day collaboration with the NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project, tour our exhibition Stonewall 50 and then attend a walking tour of Greenwich Village to discover historic social gathering spaces that created a sense of community for LGBTQ individuals in times of brewing political agitation.

Learn the latest resources, tools and techniques for supporting your immigrant students

Learn how to integrate themes of migration into classroom and school culture, build relationships among all your students, and create more welcoming environments for everyone in this free, interactive, online workshop.

Earn three CTLE hours by participating in online Anti-Bias training

Access an online interactive training and complete online sessions that are focused on identifying, addressing, and preventing bullying and bias-based behavior in schools.

Lesson Plan: Disability Rights are Civil Rights

In Anticipation of the Disability Pride Parade, and the related visual art contest for students, build meaningful conversations and a lesson plan around disability in your classroom.