Fewer men in the teaching profession


1 English teacher Ambigah Devi Manigam (in black) explaining an activity from the NiE pullout to some students. — filepic2 Teacher Asiah Abu Bakar teaching Year One pupils at SK Lintang near Sungai Siput in Perak, which wasflooded recently — filepic3 Two Year One pupils sharing a fun moment. —filepic4 Jegathesan (in purple) taking a wefie with his students.Photos: SAIFUL BAHRI

TEACHING at schools is just not challenging enough for men.

Those interviewed by MetroPerak felt that this could be the main reason why there were fewer males in the teaching profession in the country.

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