Data: Female teachers outnumber males in Ireland

04/29/2014 | Irish Times (Dublin), The

In 1961, 63% of teachers in Ireland were female. That figure, according to recent data, rose to 74% in 2011 -- evidence of a widening gender gap in education. Many teaching colleges in the country report similar ratios between female and male trainees. Data show the gender gap is even wider in primary grades.

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