Where in the world do Men Change Diapers?

If you’re like many of those associated with MenTeach, you’ve probably surprised many different people in many situations with your “Men who change diapers change the world” bumperstickers.   Kitt Cox got T. Berry Brazelton, the famous pediatrician to pose with a bumper sticker. And Bryan Nelson gave one to Matt Lauer of the Today […]

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Schott happens! Fellowship Available.

Hello MenTeach, Here’s a great opportunity for men and women in Massachusetts to learn about how to have an impact on education policies, develop professional networks, and to build advocacy skills. Diverse leadership connected to community – architects of change. Schott happens! Kitt It’s that time again! We are looking for great people to be […]

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T. Berry Brazelton Supports Men Teaching

T. Berry Brazelton attending a gathering of men and women in Massachusetts about men teaching.

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Changing laws: Including gender in the definition Diversity

Like many states, Massachusetts is attempting to develop a comprehensive early education and care system. One of the first steps towards that was bringing most of the providers into one department – known in this state as the Department of Early Education and Care (EEC). EEC is currently sponsoring a public-private Workforce Development Task Force, […]

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M.E.N. Retreat – A Massachusetts and New Hampshire operation with regional aspirations

Men in Education Network (M.E.N. Interest Forum) – October 6, 2007 I. Biographies – The men shared their experience working in early education. II. Professional Assistance – Forming relationships between male educators and parents: Bulletin Board “Meet the Men” at your center. Bio’s, background etc… with section in the middle on “a balanced approach” that […]

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If a woman can drive a tank in Baghdad, why can’t a man change a diaper in Boston?

I am an Early Care and Education professional currently serving as the Program Coordinator at the Ipswich Birth To Three Family Center, one of the 42 sites of the Massachusetts Family Network (MFN). I am also a former Schott Foundation Fellow (2006). The CCDF Plan for 2008-2009 is a rich document that makes clear the […]

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