ASU director on issues facing transgender students in schools

By

John Keeney

According to the most recent U.S. Transgender Survey by the National Center for Transgender Equality, nearly three-quarters of Arizona students who are transgender said they experienced some form of mistreatment at school. Cammy Bellis, director of the Transgender Education Program (TEP) at Arizona State University, weighs in on this topic in her interview with local 91.5 KJZZ.

The new online course in collaboration between TEP and ASU’s EdPlus Continuing Education is for K–12 staff to become better informed about these issues. Those who are interested can register for the course here.