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UA gets grant to study kids’ sexuality, impact on schools

Citizen Staff Report

The Frances McClelland Institute for Children, Youth, and Families at the University of Arizona has been awarded a $200,000 grant to study how student sexuality, gender and conformity norms affect school systems.

The Ford Foundation awarded the grant this week for the two-year study.

Stephen T. Russell, Institute director, said in a news release that past research has focused on the connection between student sexuality and gender norms, and overall health or student well-being.

The new study will examine how schools, districts and state education systems can implement programs and policies to improve student safety and create a better world for youth.

Citizen Staff Report


UA gets grant to study impact of student sexuality on schools

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