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New figures reveal which region has the highest percentage of male teachers in England

By Zoe Stevens - Herald Express
Torbay has the highest percentage of male primary and secondary teachers in the country.

But education charity Teach First is calling for more men in the South West to become teachers, as the latest figures show a stubborn gender gap in the profession.

The latest Government statistics reveal that just 28.4 per cent of teachers in South West schools are men, although these figures were the best for any region in England.

With Gratitude for the Gifts

by Dr. Jill Klefstad - UW Stout
Gratitude is the quality of being thankful, showing appreciation for, and returning kindness. Having just celebrated Thanksgiving, it is impossible to negate the meaning of the holiday especially from the perspective of an educator.

Sometimes, in the day-to-day happenings of being a teacher it is easy to become overwhelmed when negative aspects of teaching come into focus. At those times I attempt to shift my thinking from the undesirable characteristics to the multitude of gifts that come from being a part of the teaching profession.

Improving gender equality is the key to tackling Britain's male teacher shortage

by Joanne McDowell - The Conversation
As it currently stands, less than 13% of the UK's primary school teachers are male. A lot of this is down to the fact that primary teaching continues to be seen as a job only suitable for women. "Feminine" characteristics such as "caring" are seen as central to the role, and Western society mainly still envisions that it is only women – and not men – who possess such qualities.

2014 & 2016 EC-MENZ - New Zealand Reports


The 10th Annual EC-MENz Summit was held on 8th & 9th April 2016 at BTI (Bethlehem Tertiary Institute), Bay of Plenty

Celebrating the many roles of men in ECE