STONEWALL NATIONAL MUSEUM & ARCHIVES
Stonewall National Education Project is uniquely poised through its vast national network of professionals, to help eliminate barriers, stand up for and empower our young people. The program is a ground-breaking partnership with a national network, first initiated in 2013. What started as a network of 13 school districts has grown to over 60 school districts serving LGBTQ youth. Stonewall National Education Project is an advocate for the safety, inclusion, and value of LGBTQ students, with a focus on improving student achievement, attendance, and graduation rates.
Now in its seventh year, Stonewall National Education Project positively impacts the lives of countless LGBTQ youth, and their classmates, from a spectrum of major cities and small towns across the nation.
Stonewall National Education Project invites you to convene with colleagues from a wide national network of administrators, educators and advocates at work on inclusive learning environments that support the needs of LGBTQ youth.
This past summer we retooled our SNEP symposium designing the content to be absorbed over three half day sessions, the first of which was scheduled for later this month and then additional sessions were scheduled in January and April.
However, due to the continued ambiguity surrounding classroom education throughout the county, we have found that this model may not be the best way to meet everyone’s needs. There are just too many things going on right now. Accordingly, we will look again at how we might better bring this information to everyone. Toward that end rather than offer a series of sessions on Thursday, October 20, 2021 from 3 pm to 7 pm EST as we planned, we are going to have an open forum to learn the best way we can be of service. That session, free of charge, will still be on October 20, from 3 pm – 4 pm EST but will last only an hour. Your feedback will be actively encouraged. To participate, please join us on ZOOM at
Register for the SNEP Open Form
After that session, we will continue to explore ways we share information and link educators and advocates in the SNEP network in the future. Please stay tuned for updates and contact me with questions and concerns. Meanwhile, know that SNEP Connect remains a viable resource for sharing and absorbing information on this website.
Due to the national Covid-19 pandemic outbreak, Stonewall cancelled our 8th annual National Educational Symposium scheduled for April 19-22, 2020.
We hosted our first “Virtual Edition” Webinar on Wednesday, April 22, 2020.
Watch the recording. Certain portions were re-recorded.