1) How to protect your school from sexual harassment cases
2) Research on gender bias during student teaching experiences
3) Call for Proposals for the Working Forum Men In Early Childhood Education
4) Male elementary-education majors say they are needed minority
5) Join us to discuss Men and Boys in ECE.
6) Some Free Tuition Education Programs
7) More women in politics, more men in child care
8) Men’s Stories – Not a job, a passion – Roger Neugebauer
9) Let us know what’s going on in your part of the world.

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1) How to protect your school from sexual harassment cases
Do you fear that your school or center will be hit with a sexual harassment or sexual exploitation suit? There are ways to prevent children from being harmed, read a story about what a school superintendent did to deal with this administrative nightmare: /node/634/

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2) Research on gender bias during student teaching experiences
A doctoral student is doing research about student teaching experiences about gender bias. He has questions about how to research this question. Read his posting in the

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3) Call for Proposals for the Working Forum Men In Early Childhood Education
For the first time in history there is a gathering of men and women from all over the world in Hawaii, USA in May 2008. If you are interested in presenting what you know about men teaching, consider submitting a workshop proposal: http://www.worldforumfoundation.org/wf/projects/men_ece/proposals.php

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4) Male elementary-education majors say they are needed minority
If you talk with male elementary education majors they recognize that they are important to children. Read an article in the Orlando Sentinel written by university students: /node/641

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5) Join us to discuss Men and Boys in ECE.
The Schott Foundation continues to broaden its work (in addition to providing a one million dollar grant) at recruiting more men to teaching and sponsors a fellowship in Massachusetts. Read the posting: /node/656

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6) Some Free Tuition Education Programs
MenTeach occasionally gets e-mail notices about programs that offer tuition free licensure. If you live in those cities and states consider applying.
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7) More women in politics, more men in child care
Australian Workforce Participation Minister Sharman Stone says more than half of Federal politicians should be women. And she says more men should be working in child care. Read the news report: /node/640

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8) Men’s Stories – Not a job, A passion – Roger Neugebauer
Roger is co-publisher of the magazine Child Care Information Exchange and serves on the World Forum Foundation that is sponsoring the Men in Early Childhood Education Working Forum.

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9) Let us know what’s going on in your part of the world
Send us a message about your work or a program in your community that is helping recruit boys and men to teaching. Or send us a photo and tell us your story. And of course, join the discussions in the Forums: https://menteach.org/forum

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