Do gay high schools protect students or segregate them?

01/2/2009 | U.S. News & World Report

The country's two gay-friendly public high schools are safe havens, say gay and lesbian students who have transferred to such campuses after harassment at traditional high schools. While some are concerned the New York and Milwaukee schools segregate LGBT students without addressing the bullying itself, some educators say the schools act as a stopgap to prevent harassed students from dropping out or developing mental-health problems.

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