The two most interesting, specific, and practical parts of the policy (to me) are:
1. Requiring schools to include, in student conduct codes, prohibitions on student use of denigrating language. I assume it's already unthinkable to make prejudiced comments about other categories of people. It was in my US high school in the 1980s, but comments demeaning sexual minorities were an ordinary part of daily speech. My high school's current conduct code includes "sexual orientation". It certainly didn't include sexual orientation when I attended.
2. Appointing a staff person to be a safe contact for sexual minority students and making this known to the students. The University of Winnipeg study showed that 1 in 4 sexual minority students has no safe person to talk to in their lives, inside or outside of school. I didn't either, when I was in high school. The NCTE's statistics on transgender life in education in the States were even more appalling.
I liked this sentence so much I put it at the top of this blog.