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In: Activists under 30
In: Beyond Observations
In: The Art of Collaboration
In: Drawing as Language: Celebrating the Work of Bob Steele
In: Drawing as Language: Celebrating the Work of Bob Steele
In: Challenges and Opportunities in Education for Refugees in Europe

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In this chapter, the author responds to and expands upon Gutzwa and Owis’s chapter on building bridges between K-12 and postsecondary trans studies. The author praises their engagement with positionality while interrogating the burden that minoritized authors bear to wrestle with positionality politics in the first place. The chapter asks how offering educators the opportunity for deep self-reflection might shift the hidden curriculum in schools. The author argues that trans studies could become more radical and transformative by including early childhood students and settings. Young children, their families, and their educators are not insulated from societal, institutional, or educational transphobia and must be supported and considered as equally as K-16 students and teachers. Finally, the author answers Gutzwa and Owis’s call to “imagine the future of trans studies in education” by offering potential ways that trans studies can navigate educational divides.

In: Bridging the Rainbow Gap
Chapter 5 Achieving Citizenship for All
In: Belonging: Rethinking Inclusive Practices to Support Well-Being and Identity
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In: The Space of Inclusive Education