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Title One teacher in 10 : gay and lesbian educators tell their stories / edited by Kevin Jennings.
Imprint Los Angeles : Alyson Books, 1994.
Edition First edition, Sept. 1994.

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 MUSKINGUM STACKS  LB2844.1.G39 O64    AVAILABLE  
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 MUSKINGUM STACKS  LB2844.1.G39 O64    AVAILABLE  
Subject Gay teachers -- United States -- Biography.
Lesbian teachers -- United States -- Biography.
Alt Name Jennings, Kevin, 1963-
Alternate Title One teacher in ten.
Description 287 pages ; 22 cm
Edition First edition, Sept. 1994.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 276).
ISBN 1555832636 : $9.95
OCLC # 30625298
Table of Contents
 Acknowledgments9
 Preface11
 Prologue: A Letter to Jerry / David Ellison15
 I Remember / Kevin Jennings19
 Skeleton Key / Hope E. Burwell29
 Wanda and the Wastebasket / Arthur Lipkin39
 Teaching with the Heart / Ron Ritchart50
 "It's the Teachers! The Teachers Are Coming Out!" / Pat McCart54
 Riding the Horse / Warren J. Blumenfeld58
 No Regrets / Gary Dowd65
 I Have Come Here to Die / B. Michael Hunter73
 You Can't Tell by Looking at Me / Christine Robinson78
 The Life beyond the Vita / John P. Pikala86
 Shelly, Hallie, Jack, and Me / Blake Respini95
 You Can't Tell Him I'm Not / Ruth Irwin100
 Straightforward, But Not Straight / Steve Warren106
 Out in the Country / Kirk Bell111
 I'd Rather the Honesty / Sara Ford117
 Yes, I Am / Jim Bridgman123
 Coming Out of the Cloakroom / Gary Campbell131
 One Teacher in Ten Thousand: Out in Kentucky / Tony Prince139
 Ms. G. Is a Lesbian / Teri Gruenwald147
 So What Does Happen When You Answer "Yes" to the "L" Question? / Jacqui Griffin156
 On Being Out in the Classroom: Dilemma or Duty? / Raymond Saint Pierre164
 Say It to My Face / Leslie Brtek168
 Get Over It / Karen Keough173
 Insisting on Ignorance: The Paradox of Withholding Knowledge in Our Schools / David Bruton177
 Private Conversations / Patty Smith193
 Telling Our Stories, Winning Our Freedom / Rodney Wilson200
 Building a Globe in Nebraska / John Heineman208
 Out and Outcome / Jan Smith212
 We Don't Have a Problem Here / Robert Parlin219
 What's a Girl to Do? / Gretchen Hildebrand Coburn225
 It's Who You Are That Counts / Bob Zimmerman228
 Teaching and Learning / Eric Temple232
 Among Friends / Todd Morman238
 Working My Way Back Home / Reggie Sellars244
 Epilogue: The Question / Anne Osbaldeston255
 Appendix A: A Legal Overview of the Rights of Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Teachers / Mary L. Bonauto257
 Appendix B: Gay and Lesbian Teacher Organizations in the United States277
 About the Contributors282


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