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Editorial - The Power of the Profession

by Dr. Jill Klefstad - UW Stout
The frequent reports of gun shootings in communities and especially in schools, leave us in disbelief. The media’s portrayal of the scenes impacts our perceptions and attitudes about teaching. As a professor of early childhood education, this horrific news makes it challenging to teach an Introduction to Early Childhood course that is intended to welcome and convince students about the joys that come with teaching.

$5000 Scholarships for Men to Teach in California

Did you know teaching is one of the oldest and most powerful careers in the world?
Did you know you can help transform the world by using teaching to have a positive impact on your community?
The F2MTC Program currently has 14 scholarships for up to $5000.00 for male students interested in becoming teachers.

F2MTC Project – $100 Stipend for Summer Bridge program for young men.

Did you know teaching is one of the oldest and most powerful careers in the world?

Are you interested in learning about how you can transform the world and your community through teaching?

Awards at Massachusetts AEYC and MenTeach - New England Event

by Craig Simpson - MenTeach - New England
MenTeach - New England held a series of activities surrounding the Massachusetts AEYC annual conference which included the visit of Rodney West of San Diego, national Co-facilitator of the NAEYC Men's Interest Forum, a table for the conference, a Reception with the MAAAEYC board in which annual awards were given, dinner for MenTeach meetings, a visit with NAEYC President-elect Amy O'Leary and visits to two c

New Jersey school event recognizes poetry, male teachers

by Edward Van Embden - The Current
Each year, South Main Street Elementary School gathers its students for a special assembly celebrating both poetry and the male members of its teaching staff.
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