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Kindergarten teacher part of a rare breed

by Chuck Fieldman - The Doings
As a male kindergarten teacher, new Brook Forest School teacher David Mangless is a rare breed — only 2.3 percent of the country’s preschool and kindergarten teachers in 2013 were men, according to the most recent statistics from the U.S. Department of Labor.

Q. Did you know that you wanted to teach kindergarten when you decided that you were interested in becoming a teacher?

MenTeach New England Meeting in January 2015

MenTeach-NE planning session and conversation

Saturday, January 17, 2015, 10-2ish

@ Jerry Parr’s house in Londonderry, NH near MA border.
Camaraderie, brotherhood and food!
All are welcome.

Men In Child Care Conference in Poland

New Horizons in Preschool Education

October 24, 2014

HOTEL RADISSON BLUE KRAKOW, POLAND

The Conference will be followed by a European Network Meeting on the 25th of October your attendance is welcome.

All Booking Requests to Kenny@meninchildcare.com

Download the flyer.

Don's Column: The Power of One

by Donald E. Piburn, M.S.Ed - MenTeach - Hawaii
[MenTeach: Don Piburn has be working in early education for years. He has been instrumental in recruiting and retaining men teachers through his work in Hawaii hosting MenTeach retreats, serving on the AEYC affiliate board and being a founding father of the World Forum Men in Early Childhood Education (MECE). These articles were written 10 years ago and are still relevant to our work today.]