For decades, queer educational ethnographies have played an important role in interrogating both the experiences of queer and trans youth and the cisheteronormativity of schooling. In this chapter, the authors explore the critical conversations broached and expanded by this scholarship. The authors pay particular attention to what shifts have occurred for queer(ing) ethnographic praxis when scholars have taken it up across different learning contexts within and beyond schools. Focusing on methodological and empirical shifts, the chapter traces how queer educational ethnographies in multiple types of sites approach learning about queer and trans youth and the structures that shape their lives. Motivated by the authors’ curiosities and their participation in queer educational ethnography, the authors close by reflecting on future possibilities for this field of inquiry.