Stereotypes in teaching and how teachers are viewed | Ryan Crawley

Everyone faces stereotypes in life. Nobody gets a free pass. Women are viewed typically as the caregiver in the family and men are considered the disciplinarian and the breadwinner. Anytime you take a race or a group of individuals and make a broad statement about them, it is a stereotype. There are several stereotypes about races that are hurtful and wrong, but they have been around forever. It’s difficult to deal with stereotypes in your personal life, but when it transfers over to your professional life it can be tough to change people’s minds when they are already made up.

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