Alabama A&M incentivizes future male minority teachers with 2 years tuition

Diversity in the classroom matters. Alabama A&M is spending money to support that statement. If you’re a man, identify as a minority race and want to be a teacher, you could get two years of your tuition paid for. The program is called the Males for Alabama Education initiative. It’s all possible thanks to a […]

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New Book: Exploring Career Trajectories of Men in the Early Childhood Education and Care Workforce

Exploring Career Trajectories of Men in the Early Childhood Education and Care Workforce – Why They Leave and Why They Stay By David L. Brody, Kari Emilsen, Tim Rohrmann, Jo Warin The role of men in early childhood education and care is crucial for the future of all children growing up in a gender sensitive […]

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Number of male teachers in England drops

Figures in primary schools have stagnated over the last five years, and remain low, at 14.1 per cent. The number of white men in secondary schools in England has fallen by over 12,800 since 2010, a fall of 17 per cent, according to analysis by the Education Policy Institute (EPI) think tank. The figures follow […]

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Number of male school teachers in Bolton [England] drops

Of the 1,342 secondary school teachers in Bolton whose gender was listed in the School Workforce Census last year, 444 were male. That meant men made up just 33 per cent of the workforce, compared with 38 per cent a decade earlier. The proportion of male teachers across all of the area’s schools, including primary, […]

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Black man named Texas Teacher of the Year for first time: ‘I’m not the first to deserve it’

An elementary teacher is the first Black man to be named Texas Teacher of the Year. “I’m the first to win it, but I’m not the first to deserve it,” Eric Hale told The Washington Post on Wednesday. Eric Hale teaches first grade and kindergarten at David G. Burnet Elementary School in Dallas and was […]

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MenTeach E-News – October 2020

MenTeach E-News October 2020 1) Men in Female-Dominated Professions Do More Housework 2) Justice For All: Lack of Black Male Educators in Florida Area Schools 3) Legislation Introduced Addressing Teacher Diversity in NJ Schools 4) Atlanta Man Becomes One of Georgia’s First Black Male Teachers of the Year 5) Editorial: Getting back to the first […]

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