Promoting Professional Development and Best Practice in EE
Supporting Nonconforming and Transgender Youth at Outdoor School
Multnomah Education Service District (MESD) and Outdoor School understands that those things best studied outdoors are often best experienced when students can live in the outdoors for an extended period of time. Since gender nonconforming students often experience discrimination, harassment and implicit bias in their daily lives, MESD and Outdoor School makes it clear in their operational policy: All students do belong and are welcome.
Learn more about gender identity and gender expression and how this organization embraces transgender and gender nonconforming students in their residential school by visiting https://www.mesdoutdoorschool.org/supporting-transgender-youth.html