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Attracting More Males to Early Childhood Education
July 26, 2018
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-Thomas J. Peters
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“Eric Horsley didn’t come from a family of educators, and he was the first in his family to walk across the stage to receive his high school diploma. But it hasn’t taken him long to pick up the language of the teaching profession,” writes Linda Jacobson in an online article.

“He talks about examining assessment results, choosing the students he will tutor based on that data and finding books that target the particular early literacy skills where children need help…

A 2017 graduate of Eastern Senior High School in Washington, D.C., Horsley has spent the past school year working in a pre-K classroom at Neval Thomas Elementary School as part of the Leading Men Fellowship, a project of The Literacy Lab designed to attract young black males into early-childhood education and support them as role models in their communities. 

‘We want them to see this as a college and career pathway,’ said Ivan C. Douglas Jr., a program manager at The Literacy Lab.”

Source: “Pre-to-3: Young black men explore a pathway to early-childhood education,” Linda Jacobson, EducationDive.com, July 13, 2018





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