Friday, January 8, 2016
American Church Sets Up Secondary School Exclusively For Homosexuals And Transgenders
An American church, the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta church will in September open a non-public school in Atlanta, Georgia in the United States.
The school is gone for pulling in lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender young people and educators. By report by the Associated Press, the organization is being set up in Atlanta for understudies who feel harassed or not acknowledged in conventional schools.
The school, Pride School Atlanta is additionally open to
any understudy who accepts they're not getting the bolster they requirement for "being distinctive," says Pride School originator Christian Zsilavetz.
Pride School will at first work out of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta Church and is relied upon to open by September 2016.
Educational cost will be around $13,000, however Zsilavetz says monetary help is accessible for understudies who need it.
Zsilavetz, an instructor and manager with 25 years of experience who is likewise transgender, told the AJC that understudies would "have full authorization to act naturally – and teachers. Where there's no pondering, 'Is this instructor going to be a man for me to act naturally with
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