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MenTeach E-News July 2022

MenTeach E-News
July 2022

    • 1) Editorial: Eight-year-old author takes other children on an adventure of a lifetime
    • 2) Around 30% Of Teachers Are Males In Fiji
    • 3) ‘Black Men Teach Cleveland’ campaigns to encourage men of color to become teachers
    • 4) Normandale rebrands program to train Black male teachers
    • 5) Strong influences help mold 2022 U.S. Teacher of the Year
    • 6) New Jersey College Scholarship Aids Future Black Male School Teachers
    • 7) Just a quarter of a city teachers are men in United Kingdom
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MenTeach E-News March 2022

MenTeach E-News March 2022 1) International: Exploring Career Trajectories of Men in the Early Childhood Education and Care Workforce 2) How one Black male teacher is breaking stereotypes and shaping the next generation 3) Australia: Male Teachers Play an Important Role in the Future of Education 4) Scholarship: The Apple Pre-Ed Scholars Program at Huston-Tillotson […]

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MenTeach E-News – July 2021

MenTeach E-News July 2021 1) California Legislative effort to hire more men of color as teachers 2) Male Teachers Share Advice for Getting More Men Into the Profession 3) A Black male preschool teacher is rare. He wishes it wasn’t 4) Breaking the gender barrier in childcare in New Zealand 5) Male teachers needed at […]

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MenTeach E-News – March 2021

MenTeach E-News March 2021 1) Darrion Cockrell went from gang member to Missouri’s 2020 teacher of the year 2) Man-Up receives additional funding 3) Professional Caregiving Men find Meaning and Pride in their Work, But Face Stigma 4) Georgia Power Foundation Grant To Help KSU Boost Number Of Black Male Educators 5) Black educators can […]

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The Career Journey of the First Male Preschool Teacher in Turkey: An Optimistic Perspective to A Female Dominated Occupation

Abstract. This study is designed as a single case which focuses on the real story of the first male preschool teacher in Turkey. The main purpose of this study is to investigate his perceptions related to; a) the advantages and disadvantages of being the first preschool teacher in Turkey b) the perception of school society […]

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Professional Caregiving Men find Meaning and Pride in their Work, But Face Stigma

As automation and artificial intelligence rapidly reshape the nature of work, caring professions, which require warmth, empathy and human interaction, are among the fastest growing and most future-proof jobs. Yet women predominantly occupy these professions, driven by the gendered stereotype beliefs that care work is “women’s work,” and that women are naturally “warm” and better […]

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