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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.

Virginia Education Association Symposium Highlights Need for More Male, Diverse Educators

There are twice as many students of color, by percentage, as teachers of color in Virginia's public schools. What's more, the Commonwealth has the fewest male teachers, proportionately, of any state in the U.S.

Scholarships for Minority Males in California


Future Minority Male Teachers of California

What is F2MTC?

MenTeach E-News - February 2018

MenTeach E-News
February 2018

1) What it's like to be one of the few black teachers in Wales
2) Australian childcare worker changing attitudes about male educators
3) University of Arkansas - Pine Bluff aids teacher recruitment
4) Men Can Make Great Elementary School Teachers Too
5) "Knights of the Kids' Table" Men in Early Childhood Education conference in Winnipeg, Canada
6) F2MTC Project - A community within a community
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