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Compton Male Teachers of Color Network (CMToCN) May Virtual Summit

Compton Male Teachers of Color Network (CMToCN) May Virtual Summit.

This will be our 2nd annual end-of-year meeting to share the excellent progress of our district-wide project.

The CMToCN is a unique approach to building a profesional learning community that provides social emotional support and profesional development to male teachers and administrators

Chinese male teachers face kindergarten conundrum

By Zou Shuo - China Daily Globa
When Yu Zehong started teaching at a kindergarten in Beijing in 2018, some parents asked to transfer their children to other classes.

The parents did not have a good impression of male teachers. Some were worried because of news reports about male staff members sexually assaulting children, while others thought a man would be too strict with the young students, Yu said.

TODAY Show surprises Georgia's first black male Pre-K Teacher of the Year with huge donation

by Jason Braverman -11Alive
He was named Georgia's Pre-K Teacher of the Year last fall and was recognized as the first black man to get this honor.

Johnathon Hines, a pre-K instructor at Barack Obama Elementary School in Atlanta, got another surprise on the TODAY Show on Monday.

Kenya: Ensure gender balance in teacher training colleges to attain equity

By Benjamin Sogomo - Daily Nation - Kenya
In the past 10 years, there has been a downward trend in enrolment of male candidates to teacher training colleges at the primary school level. I've heard from a number of principals that, in some colleges, female students comprise two-thirds to three-quarters of the total number.

'From Oprah to Ellen': Call Me MISTER celebrates 20 years of fostering Black male teachers

by Zoe Nicholson - Greenville News
In April 2001, former Clemson University and NFL football player Jeff Davis sat on a soundstage in Chicago across from talk show host Oprah Winfrey.

Davis was on Winfrey's widely popular daytime talk show to receive the "Use Your LIfe" award for his involvement in the Call Me Mister program, an initiative aimed at increasing the number of black male teachers in South Carolina.
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