October, 2017

Few in number, male teachers play big role

By Allen Laman - The Herald
Dubois County doesn’t have many male elementary school teachers — a reality that is common throughout the country.

MenTeach E-News - September 2017

MenTeach E-News
September 2017

1) Male teachers still the minority in Western Australian schools
2) Defying assumptions but teaching with passion in India
3) The Repercussions of the Black Teacher Shortage
4) Concern for vulnerable children as proportion of male teachers drops in Australia
5) Commentary: What boys need in the classroom — a few good men
6) Teacher's Day: Sir is not in class in India
7) 2016 Winners of the NAEYC M.E.N. Interest Forum Awards

Best of the Mess from Oct. 6, 1977 - First experience important to new kindergarten teacher

Mille Lacs Messanger - Minnesota
It’s elementary, my dear

Gene Hanson was the new kindergarten teacher at Onamia Elementary, circa 1977.

There’s a new kindergarten teacher at Onamia Elementary. His name is Gene Hanson, and he’s very enthused about his new job.

2nd Annual NorCal Men and Child Care Conference “Advocacy to Action”

MenTeach will be a featured speaker at this conference.

Wayne State University's Morris Hood Scholars Program making inroads

by Carolyn Clifford - WXYZ
By 2024 students of color are expected to make up 56 percent of the student population but when you look in front of the classroom the majority - 82 percent - of the teachers and principals are white.

However, a program at Wayne State University is on a mission to change that picture.

No matter who you talk to the conclusion is the same, diversity in the classroom is a benefit to all students, especially when it comes to crushing negative stereotypes.

Student Looking for a Speaker to Visit His Student Club

Hello, My name is Justin Buntemeyer.

I'm currently attending Whatcom Community College in Bellingham, WA. I'm pursuing a masters degree in education with a goal of being an elementary school teacher one day.