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Supporting Transgender and Gender Creative Youth: Schools, Families, and Communities in Action


reviewed by Hilary Lustick — January 24, 2015

coverTitle: Supporting Transgender and Gender Creative Youth: Schools, Families, and Communities in Action
Author(s): Elizabeth J. Meyer & Annie Pullen Sansfaçon (Eds.)
Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing, New York
ISBN: 143312209X, Pages: 260, Year: 2014
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: January 24, 2015
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17832, Date Accessed: 10/23/2017 1:14:41 PM

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  • Hilary Lustick
    New York University
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    HILARY LUSTICK is a doctoral candidate in Educational Leadership at New York University’s Steinhardt School for Education, Culture and Human Development. She is published in the anthology Queer Voices from the Classroom (Miller, Ed., 2013) and recently reviewed the volume Building Bridges from High Poverty Communities, to Schools, to Productive Citizenship (Bess and Faircloth, Ed., 2012) for Teachers College Record. Broadly, Ms. Lustick is interested in how power is negotiated in diverse school settings. Current projects include: dissertation research on restorative justice discipline policy in urban schools; the impact of restorative justice on anti-LGBT bullying; and the impact of anti-LGBT bullying policy on school climate; and a critical race analysis of current federal and district-level school discipline reform. She has taught English at the high school level; philosophy and history of education at the graduate level; and Gender Issues in Education at the college level.
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