Decline in Male Teachers Worries Educators The National Education Association says the number of male teachers in public schools has fallen to a 40-year low. There are exceptions, of course. Walter Brown, who teaches English at Fairpark High School in Shreveport, La., speaks with NPR's Jacki Lyden.
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Decline in Male Teachers Worries Educators

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Decline in Male Teachers Worries Educators

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The National Education Association says the number of male teachers in public schools has fallen to a 40-year low. There are exceptions, of course. Walter Brown, who teaches English at Fairpark High School in Shreveport, La., speaks with NPR's Jacki Lyden.