Let Her Learn: Stopping School Pushout for LGBTQ Girls
The Let Her Learn Survey reveals that nearly 1 in 4 girls nationwide (24 percent) identify somewhere on the LGBTQ scale and also shows that girls who identify as LGBTQ often face substantial and challenging barriers to succeeding in school and thriving in their communities.
Let Her Learn: Stopping School Pushout for Girls in Foster Care
This report will provide an overview of the experience of girls in foster care, explore the educational barriers they face, and offer recommendations to increase access to quality education for girls who are or have been in foster care.
Let Her Learn: Stop School Pushout for Girls Who Are Pregnant or Parenting
This report utilizes new research and existing data to identify the educational barriers that girls who are pregnant or parenting face and provides recommendations for how policymakers, schools, and communities can support these girls and harness their motivation to improve their educational outcomes.
Our Girls, Our Future
Baltimore is at the beginning of a substantial effort to reform policing and its criminal justice system, but the experiences of Black girls in Baltimore City Public School System (“BCPSS”)—and the pathways that lead to their involvement with the justice systems— have been largely overlooked in this process.