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Community College to become new home for Troops to Teachers program in Florida

by Fletcher Keel - WCTV Eyewitness News
Tallahassee Community College and the Florida Department of Education have announced a new partnership to bring the Troops to Teachers program back to Florida.

Troops to Teachers is a nationwide program designed to help transitioning service members and veterans begin new careers as K-12 school teachers.

Report on KNIGHTS AT THE KIDS TABLE - Manitoba, Canada

by Ron Blatz - Executive Director - Discovery Centre
On a beautiful May 24, 2018, thirty eight (38) men and women spent the day together at the first ever Can Am Men in Early Childhood Educations (MECE) event.
 

CSUN Accelerated Teacher Program Alum Wants to Serve as Role Model for Male Students

by Jacob Bennett - CSUN Today (California State University - Northridge)
Thomas Johnson III knows he's been lucky to have great mentors — adult role models who taught him how to succeed. After graduating from California State University, Northridge and preparing to embark on a career in education, he's eager to serve as a mentor for the next generations of students.

Louisiana superintendent: More male teachers needed in classrooms

by Amanda McElfresh - Daily Advertiser
Superintendent John White said Louisiana must recruit more men into the teaching profession and do more to ensure women have opportunities to advance.

The comments came at the opening session of the 2018 Teacher Leader Summit in New Orleans.

Editorial - I survived - my first year of teaching

by Jay Raygor - Graduate of UW-Stout
Much like the chaos of a zombie apocalypse, a new teacher's first year in the classroom can be stressful and overwhelming. There are swarms of elementary students asking to go to the bathroom, help with homework, and continuous requests to borrow a pencil. Luckily, I survived.
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