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Editorial: Great Britain aims for five-fold increase in Men Teachers

I read an article about the British government working to invest in increasing the number of men teachers.

There has been a growing movement in other countries to increase the number of men teaching.

We've reported this happening in New Zealand and Australia. (Do a search for "male teacher")

Looking for a teacher's job

I am embarked on a new, second (really first) career as a teacher of children in grades K - 3 in suburban Chicago (northern), after 25 years in business. I have a new MAT and a new Early Childhood certificate (chosen instead of Illinois' K - 8 certificate because I want to teach only the youngest children) and looking for a new teaching position. I am 50 and also have an MSJ from Northwestern U. and a BA from Carleton.

How to become a certified teacher

MenTeach has been in correspondence with an organization helping people get their teacher certification. Here's what they've told me:

Earn Your Passport to Teaching

A Respected, Efficient and Cost Effective Route to Becoming a Fully Certified Teacher

Editorial: Working Together to Recruit Men To Teach

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What would happen if every man that is currently teaching were to seek out any other man in his community that is also teaching? Either in early education, elementary school or high school?

Things Men Do All Over the World

I've been catching up on e-mails and had the insight that there are many events going on all over the world around men teaching.

Back in March there was the Call Me Mister conference that reported about their first cohort of African-American teachers graduating.

Don Piburn, from Hawaii is attending the World Forum in Montreal where he will be presenting about men teaching.
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