Why are so few Black men teachers in New York City?
Black students make up around a quarter of the city’s more than one million public-school pupils. However, Black instructors are disproportionately underrepresented among the faculty who teach them.
Only 19% of educators in New York City’s public schools are Black—and only 4% of the city’s educators are Black men.
The scarcity of Black men is glaring for a system in which Black male students are more likely to be chronically absent and are among those least likely to graduate from high school in four years.
Read the full article here: https://ny.chalkbeat.org/2023/3/8/23610873/black-men-teachers-male-new-york-city-schools
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