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In some instances, teachers themselves mocked LGBT youth or joined the bullying. Although provisions of these laws vary by state, they typically define prohibited conduct; enumerate characteristics that are frequently targeted for bullying; direct local schools to develop policies for reporting, documenting, investigating, and responding to bullying; and provide for staff training, data collection and monitoring, and periodic review.
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After the Russian Revolution in the spring of and the abdication of the Tsar, great hope was vested in the new provisional governmentonly to be replaced with despair after the so-called October Revolution. Some other states chose to place their state employees on federal status for the sake of processing such applications.
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Discrimination and bigotry against transgender students took various forms, including restricting bathroom and locker room access, limiting participation in extracurricular activities, and curtailing other forms of expression—for example, dressing for the school day or special events like homecoming.
Gender Non-Conforming : Does not conform to stereotypical appearances, behaviors, or traits associated with sex assigned at birth. Some transgender students said they were told the school was unable to update any school records unless they had legally changed their name and gender.