Though the roles of men and women in the workplace have changed greatly in the past few decades, education has been slower to see changes, the Lawrence Journal-World reported. For example, 89 percent of all the active elementary teaching licenses in Kansas are held by women, according to the Kansas State Department of Education. But men still hold 58 percent of the leadership and administrative roles. Education could benefit from more male elementary teachers and more female administrators.
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