Male teachers scarce in elementary schools

12/19/2005 | SeattlePI.com

Men who enter the teaching profession are more apt to work at the secondary level, even though experts say elementary-aged students could benefit from having more male role models in the classroom. Kevin Gallagher, a Washington state high school and special-ed teacher who switched to teaching kindergarten four years ago, says at no other time can educators have such a profound impact on their students' lives.

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