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Awards at Massachusetts AEYC and MenTeach - New England Event

by Craig Simpson - MenTeach - New England
MenTeach - New England held a series of activities surrounding the Massachusetts AEYC annual conference which included the visit of Rodney West of San Diego, national Co-facilitator of the NAEYC Men's Interest Forum, a table for the conference, a Reception with the MAAAEYC board in which annual awards were given, dinner for MenTeach meetings, a visit with NAEYC President-elect Amy O'Leary and visits to two c

New Jersey school event recognizes poetry, male teachers

by Edward Van Embden - The Current
Each year, South Main Street Elementary School gathers its students for a special assembly celebrating both poetry and the male members of its teaching staff.

Nursery group in London launches action plan to recruit more men to work in the early years

by Meredith Jones Russell - Nursery World
The nursery group, which runs 37 nurseries across London, has launched a campaign for more men in childcare and championing gender inclusiveness.

LEYF is calling for:

Male teachers become rare breed in Korea

By Kim Hyun-bin - The Korean Times
Teaching is one of the most preferred careers in Korea with stable working hours, long vacations and a hefty government pension after retirement. Those factors play their part in making the line of work competitive. However, the profession has been predominantly occupied by women.

Nine out of 10 people that passed the elementary teacher certificate examination this year were female.

We need to support more men to become primary teachers in Australia

Australia is facing a crisis within primary education: there will not be enough teachers to educate the booming population of children coming through.
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