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LGBTQ Student health. Analysis of SFUSD Health Survey Data. SFUSD Student Demographics. SFUSD MS Student Demographics. About 100 students identified themselves as Transgender in the 2007 MS School Climate Survey (n=7,850). SFUSD HS Student Demographics. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • LGBTQ STUDENT HEALTHAnalysis of SFUSD Health Survey Data

  • SFUSD Student Demographics

  • SFUSD MS Student DemographicsAbout 100 students identified themselves as Transgender in the 2007 MS School Climate Survey (n=7,850).

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    Self-Reported Sexual Orientation 2007

    Self-Reported Gender 2008

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    Self-Reported Sexual Orientation 2007

    Male49%

    Female50%

    Transgender1%

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  • SFUSD HS Student DemographicsOver 350 students identified themselves as Transgender in the 2007 HS School Climate Survey (n=12,943).

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    Self-Reported Sexual Orientation 2007

    Male49%

    Female50%

    Transgender1%

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  • SFUSD MS Student DemographicsNearly1,000 students identified themselves as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, or Questioning in the 2007 MS SCS. Most MS students who fall into this category identify themselves as questioning.

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    Self-Reported Sexual Orientation 2007

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    Self-Reported Sexual Orientation 2007

    Heterosexual87%

    LGBQ13%

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  • SFUSD HS Student DemographicsOver 1,700 students identified themselves as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, or Questioning in the 2007 HS YRBS.

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    Self-Reported Sexual Orientation 2007

    Heterosexual89%

    LGBQ11%

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  • SFUSD HS Student DemographicsAbout 10% of male students self-identify at Gay, Bisexual, or Questioning. About 13% of female students identify themselves as Lesbian, Bisexual, or Questioning.

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    Self-Reported Sexual Orientation by Gender

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    LGBQH

    Male10%90%

    Female13%87%

    Chinese4%96

    Filipino5%95

    Hawaiian / Pacific Islander17%83%

    Other Asian4%96%

    White7%93%

    Hispanic/Latino7%93%

    Multiracial (Hispanic)8%92%

    Multiracial (Non-Hispanic)7%93%

  • SFUSD HS Student DemographicsAll races / ethnicities include students who self-identify as LGBQ.

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    Heterosexual

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    Self-Reported Sexual Orientation by Race/Ethnicity

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    HeterosexualLGBQ

    American Indian / Alaska Native93%7%

    African-American95%5%

    Chinese96%4%

    Filipino95%5%

    Hawaiian / Other Pacific Islander83%17%

    Other Asian96%4%

    White93%7%

    Hispanic / Latino93%7%

    Multiracial (Hispanic)92%8%

    Multiracial (Non-Hispanic)93%7%

  • SFUSD HS Student DemographicsAll races / ethnicities include students who self-identify as transgender.

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    Male

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    Gender by Race/Ethnicity

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    MaleFemaleTransgender

    American Indian / Alaska Native49%30%20%

    African-American49%48%3%

    Chinese48%52%1%

    Filipino51%47%1%

    Hawaiian / Other Pacific Islander54%43%4%

    Other Asian51%48%2%

    White47%50%2%

    Hispanic / Latino54%43%0.4%

    Multiracial43%53%4%

  • Data Sources: 2007 Youth Risk Behavior Survey and 2008 School Climate SurveySchool Environment Indicators

  • High School School Safety Indicators

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    In the past year, how many times have you heard other students making harassing remarks based on sexual orientation, such as "fag," "dyke," or "that's so gay"?

    In the past year, how many times have you heard other students making harassing remarks based on sexual orientation, such as "fag," "dyke," or "that's so gay"? (Regardless of Sexual Orientation or Gender)

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    In the past year, how many times have you heard other students making harassing remarks based on sexual orientation, such as "fag," "dyke," or "that's so gay"?

    0 times18%

    1 time4%

    2 or 3 times11%

    4 or 5 times8%

    6 or 7 times5%

    8 or 9 times3%

    10 or 11 times2%

    12 or more times48%

  • High School School Safety Indicators

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    In the past year, how many times have you heard other students making harassing remarks based on sexual orientation, such as "fag," "dyke," or "that's so gay"?

    In the past year, how many times have you heard teachers or other staff stop others from making harassing remarks based on sexual orientation, such as "fag," "dyke," or "that's so gay"? (Regardless of Sexual Orientation or Gender)

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    In the past year, how many times have you heard other students making harassing remarks based on sexual orientation, such as "fag," "dyke," or "that's so gay"?

    0 times49%

    1 time9%

    2 or 3 times14%

    4 or 5 times8%

    6 or 7 times4%

    8 or 9 times3%

    10 or 11 times1%

    12 or more times13%

  • High School:Hearing others making derogatory remarks

    Gay, Lesbian, & Bisexual StudentsHeterosexual Students

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    Heard78.70%

    Not Heard21.30%

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    Heard77.20%

    Not Heard22.80%

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  • Hearing teachers or staff stop others from making derogatory remarksGay, Lesbian, & Bisexual StudentsHeterosexual Students

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    Heard55.70%

    Not Heard44.30%

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    Heard51.50%

    Not Heard48.50%

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  • Analysis of Risk BehaviorData Sources: 2007 Youth Risk Behavior SurveySFUSD LGBQ Student Health

  • School Safety IndicatorsStudents who identify as gay, lesbian, or bisexual are 2.3 times more likely to report being threatened at school compared to heterosexual students.

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    Threatened at School

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    Among H Students7.80%92.20%

    Among LGB Students16.40%83.60%

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  • Mental Health IndicatorsStudents who identify as gay, lesbian, or bisexual are 3.3 times more likely to report an actual suicide attempt compared to their heterosexual counterparts.

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    Actual Suicide Attempts

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    Among H Students5.40%94.60%

    Among LGB Students15.60%84.40%

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    The same numbers are in MS.*At the MS level, most students in the LGBQ category are Q. *H = Heterosexual (Straight)*This slide shows the percentage of LGBQ students within each race / ethnicity (as categorized by the YRBS).

    So, for example, 5% of African-American students report LGBQ, not 5% of LGBQ are AA.*This slide shows the percentage of T students within each race / ethnicity (as categorized by the YRBS).

    *82% have heard at least once in the past year.*Half of students (49%) have never heard a teacher/staff member stop others at least once in the past year.

    *H students report hearing harassing statements based on sexual orientation as often as GLB students, perhaps because its so pervasive.

    These results are not significantly different (p