Schools teaching History UnErased's LGBTQ-inclusive curriculum are organized by time zone and alphabetized by state.
A red asterisk* indicates the state has a policy mandate for LGBTQ-inclusive curriculum (click the state name to view the bill).
District of Columbia
Belmont High School
Buckingham, Browne, and Nichols
Franklin County Technical School
Lowell High School
Nashoba Valley Regional
Sutton High School
The Victor School
Academy Charter High School
Edison Intermediate School
Hammonton Public Schools
Paul Robeson Charter School
Roosevelt Intermediate School
Westfield High School
927 schools within New York City public school system
Blackstone Valley Prep High School
Lincoln Middle School
Northbrook/Glenview District 30
Sandra Cisneros Elementary
Patrick Henry High School
Central High School, LaCrosse
Logan High School
Longfellow Middle School
Seven Rivers Community High School
Do you want to help bring History UnErased into a school in your state? Copy and paste the text below in an email to the school's principal, social studies chair, director of curriculum and instruction, and/or the district's superindent.
I am pleased to introduce History UnErased, an education non-profit helping schools include LGBTQ history as an integral part of the story of America. Their groundbreaking Intersections and Connections curriculum is the first and only digital LGBTQ-inclusive, intersectional US history curriculum for K-12 schools. The curriculum’s holistic, non-judgmental, age-appropriate approach encourages critical analysis, develops historical thinking skills, and meets the needs of rising generations of students.
In addition to the critical academic content, Intersections and Connections curriculum includes virtual professional learning to ensure teachers receive the intellectual preparation to teach LGBTQ-inclusive curriculum with proficiency and confidence.
Intersections and Connections has a library of over 30 instructional resources that integrate LGBTQ history into the larger story of America, from colonial Jamestown through the 21st century, with an intersectional, civics-based approach. Their digital platform is meeting the needs of both traditional and remote teaching and learning, and all of their teacher's guides and interactive student guides are offered as both digital flipbooks and downloadable, writable PDFs:
- Primary-source-based thematic units targeted for grades 3 through 12
- Case studies targeted for grades 6 through 12
- Unique complementing resources
- Analysis tools and cognitive organizers
- Recursos en Español
- Instructions on how to use the "Classes & Students" feature
- Additional resources
The one-time cost to license Intersections and Connections curriculum includes automatic updates and revisions and automatic addition of new content. You can schedule a virtual demo of History UnErased's curriculum and Learn.UnErased.org digital platform here.
Also, teachers and school administrators may be concerned about potential pushback from parents, community members, maybe even students. Because of that possibility, History UnErased's professional learning is designed to prepare teachers and schools to address those concerns.
Please regard this email as my advocacy to bring History UnErased into your school.