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Editorial: The Unsuspecting Mentor

by Greg Lenn - Teacher at Prescott Public Schools
In my 27 years in the field of education, there is one responsibility for all teachers that has remained somewhat consistent throughout my career. It is the open acknowledgment that, in addition to ensuring that students learn the curricular content for any given grade level, there is also the role of creating a positive relationship with students.

Male early childhood teachers almost quadruple in New Zealand - but lobbyists point to continued 'sexism'

By Simon Collins - Education reporter, NZ Herald
Men teaching in New Zealand preschools have almost quadrupled in nine years - but lobbyists want more support to overcome persistent "sexism" in the sector.

Ministry of Education data shows that the number of male teachers in early childhood has jumped from 129 in 2005 to 494 at last count in 2014.

Kakata Rural Teacher Training Institute Graduates 151 Teachers - almost all men

Report by Yawah Jaivey, FPA Contributor
The Kakata Rural Teacher Training Institute (KRTTI) in Kakata, Margibi County has graduated about 151 trainees from its Cohorts-8 Pre-Service “C” Certificate Program.

Increasing diversity in teaching is the aim of university in Washington

Auburn Reporter - State of Washington, USA
The racial diversity of teachers in six school districts in South King County is low relative to the racial makeup of the districts’ students, according to data from Washington’s Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction.

October 2015 figures from the Auburn, Kent, Federal Way, Highline, Renton and Tukwila districts reveal that students of color make up 69 percent of the total population of nearly 105,000 students – while classroom teachers of color account for only 15 percent of the nearly 6,000 classroom teachers in these six districts.