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Sorority Makes $6,000 Donation to University of Virgin Islands With Aim of Attracting More Male Educators to Classrooms

The Virgin Islands Consortium
The St. Thomas Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority made a $6,000 donation on Thursday, June 24, to the Geraldine Heath Scholarship with the aim of attracting more male educators to classrooms, the University of the Virgin Islands has announced.

Established at UVI in 2008, the four-year scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate male education major enrolled at the institution of higher learning.

Primary school students get their male role models in Australia

by Matthew Raggatt - The Canberra News
He can dance, he can sing and he is one of the men breaking the trend of female-led classes at one Canberra primary school.

Mathew McRae is one of five male teachers at Hughes Primary School, with three of the four kindergarten and grade one classes now having a man at the helm.

Last year, Brian the janitor was the only man on campus.

For first time, more women teachers in schools than men in India

The Times of India
For first time, more women teachers in schools than men in India outnumber their male counterparts, according to the Unified District Information on School Education report for 2019-20. Of the 96.8 lakh teachers in the country, 49.2 lakh are women.

In 2012-13, there were 35.8 lakh women teachers across India against 42.4 lakh men — marking a rise of 37% over seven years. In the same period, the number of male teachers rose from 42.4 lakh to 47.7.

Male teachers needed at Chinese kindergartens

It's that time of the year again, when millions of college graduates in China brace themselves for the brutally competitive job market. But if you're a male graduate, at least one profession welcomes you with open arms.

A young man, in a traditionally female profession.

Breaking the gender barrier in childcare in New Zealand

by Talia Shadwell - Stuff - New Zealand
On a scale of All Black to astronaut, "kindergarten teacher" is unlikely to make the cut on most Kiwi boys' dream career wishlists.

In New Zealand, early childhood education is traditionally a female-dominated sector where men make up just 2 per cent of the workforce, according to Child Forum.
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