"The proposal for a homosexual school in Chicago has been withdrawn, but a pro-family advocate believes it will be submitted again next year.
Social Justice Solidarity High School was supposed to be a safe haven for homosexual youth and would have featured homosexual-friendly curriculum, but the school ran into opposition from both sides. Pro-family advocates opposed the use of taxpayer money to fund the school, while some homosexual groups opposed the school because they claimed it amounted to segregation.
... "Listen, we do need to make schools comfortable places as best we can for all students, but those means do not justify the ends of affirming ideas that are both fallacious and destructive to individuals and society," she (Laurie Higgins, director of school advocacy) concludes."-excerpts from: http://www.onenewsnow.com/Education/Default.aspx?id=328056