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Male Teachers in High Demand...Education is an emerging trend for male college students. Male teachers are a hot commodity and very in demand by schools all around the country. In fact, many school districts begin recruiting male education majors from their freshman years. The need for male teachers is real.
Did you know:
The Teaching Man Program at USC Upstate is designed to support and increase the productivity of male students interested in majoring in teacher education. It is through the Teaching Man program that USC Upstate male pre‐service teachers will gain a heightened visibility and preparation as teacher leaders and serve as ambassadors for teacher education.
Benefits of the Teaching Man Program:
To learn more, contact Dr. Jim Kamla at 503-5851 or the School of Education office at 503-5157.
Dr. Jim KamlaPhone: 864-503-5851Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
School of EducationPhone: 864-503-5157
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