Number of male teachers in England drops

Nicole Weinstein
Monday, October 19, 2020

An exodus of white men have left the teaching profession over the last decade, but the proportion of black and minority ethnic male teachers is representative of the wider population for the first time, a report has found.

The overall number of male teachers has declined, but the proportion of BME male teachers has risen to 17 percent of the workforce
The overall number of male teachers has declined, but the proportion of BME male teachers has risen to 17 percent of the workforce

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