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Sexism and Misandry Towards Male Primary Teachers.

Discussion in 'Scotland - Primary' started by Gavster77, Aug 26, 2018.

  1. Gavster77

    Gavster77 New commenter

    Since starting in the primary sector - since training - I’ve experienced the odd bit of sexism. I am fairly lucky, I think, compared to other male colleagues in the sector.
    I notice two recent cases where male primary teachers were struck off. Were these cut and dried cases of incompetence/ uncollegiality or do many Male “faces” just not fit in the primary sector?
    What have your experiences of sexism been in the workplace?

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