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Facebook post by Anglia Ruskin University

Research by ARU found that LGBT+ teachers who taught in schools during the late 1980s and 1990s remain scarred by the effects of a piece of legislation introduced in 1988 banning the “promotion” of homosexuality in schools. Dr Catherine Lee said that this law has left a "legacy of caution, self-censorship and complex identity management that harmfully lingers some 15 years after the repeal." Read more:
Teachers ‘scarred’ by legacy of 1988 anti-LGBT+ law - Anglia Ruskin University

Legislation repealed in 2003 continues to affect professional life of LGBT+ teachers