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Schools increasingly are being confronted with the needs of LGBTQ students.
A man holds up a sign saying Arab Muslims condemn the attack as he takes part in a candlelight memorial service the day after a mass shooting at the Pulse gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, U. "We condemn this senseless and horrific act of violence in the strongest possible terms," Mansoor Qureshi, Ahmadiyya Muslim Community's metro Detroit chapter president, told his members, according to .
In response to Sunday's mass shooting in Orlando, Florida, that killed 49 people, a Muslim group in Detroit held a prayer service Tuesday and is urging its members to break their Ramadan fast to donate blood, reported.
Because of it, he said, his grades improved during that freshman year — from C's, D's and F's to A's and B's."I wasn’t expecting them to be like, 'OK ... We’re going to help make it better."The proposed state policy is aimed at ensuring that students who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or questioning their identity (LGBTQ) have a safe and supportive school environment.
Others have taken issue with language allowing students to be referred to by the gender they prefer, whether their parents are aware or not.