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More male teachers are needed, but not for reasons you might think

It’s commonly known that teaching is a feminised profession, particularly in the primary years. In fact, a University of Tasmania study found that male teachers accounted for a mere 18 per cent of primary school teachers, down from 30 per cent in 1983.

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