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Are there more than 4,250 schools in Britain without a male teacher?
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'Statistics released this week by the Teaching Agency have revealed a notable increase in the number of male trainee primary school teachers in the past four years. This is an encouraging sign for those worried by the gender imbalance among teachers that has typically characterised primary education in Britain.
According to the research, in 2008/9 there were just 2,467 male primary school teachers (or 15 per cent of the total) yet in 2011/12 the number had increased to 3,743 (or 19 per cent of the total).
However, despite these increases, in today’s Daily Mail columnist Richard Littlejohn claimed that over 4,250 British schools still lack a male teacher, leaving thousands of children without a male role model in schools. So is this really the case?
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