Where have all the men gone?  Have primary schools really been feminised?

Not Available, N. A. (2003) Where have all the men gone?  Have primary schools really been feminised? Journal of Educational Administration and History, 35. pp. 77-86. ISSN 0022-0620

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Additional Information:Written in response to government priorities to recruit more male teachers within primary schools, this paper drew on a range of sources to examine the issue in the history of educational policy. It concluded that there was no �gender crisis' in the staffing of primary schools and argued against the popular view that the underachievement and disaffection of boys could be due to lack of male role models. The work attracted much interest at the BERA Annual Conference when presented in 2002 and was publicized in The Scotsman and the Times Educational Supplement.
Faculty/Department:Faculty of Arts, Creative Industries and Education > Department of Education
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