• 1 in Elementary School (Social Studies), 1 in middle school (German), 4 in High School (Physics, Computer Science, Gym, and Calculus), a lot in College.
  • Many Male teachers at High school predominantly came into the School from outside to teach advanced mathematics and sciences. In University ALL my lecturers were male
  • It's funny as a child I would think it was strange when I has a male teacher, because there were so few of them. In college it is the opposite, I have had numerous male professors and few female.
  • Elementary school: 1 Middle School: 6-8 High School: 12-15 College: Nearly all male
  • Elementary- 0 Junior High- 3 except during a several month strike when the replacements were mainly male High School- 6 College- 50%
  • Elementary: 1; language arts/social science Jr. High: 4; band, math/science, P.E., and social science I'm still in junior high.
  • There were no male teachers in my elementary school. There were plenty of male teachers in junior high school, high school and college, though I don't know how many male teachers.
  • I don't remember. I transferred 20 times before graduating high school. That would probably be over 100 teachers!
  • Primary school (elementary) - 100% of homeroom teachers were female. About 15-20% of special classes (music/band, gym, art, German, etc.) were male. Secondary (high) school - probably about 60-70% female and 30-40% male. College - probably about 30-40% female and 60-70% male.
  • I didn't have any in elementary school, but after that, it was about half and half. I'm a college professor myself now. I'd say that my institution has more male than female professors at the moment.
  • K-12 as best I recall (it's been more than 40 years) men: 12, women: 12 (yes, I counted as best as I could remember and came up with 12 for both) Uni - can't possibly remember all of the professors, but given my major was physics with a minor in chem, all of THOSE professors (physics and chem) were men.

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