Few public school students have a black man for a teacher, and that could be part of the reason black boys are more likely to drop out of school than whites or black girls.
In every local school system except Clarke, black men make up less than 2 percent of the teaching staff. In Clarke County, black men comprise 53 of the district's 1,030 teachers, or 5.2 percent, according to statistics from the 2009-10 school year from the Georgia Professional Standards Commission.
In Barrow County, 6 percent of the school district's 12,400 students are black boys, while only 4 of the district's 890 teachers are black men.
School principals know it's important to have qualified teachers that students can relate to, but the challenge is finding them, Winder-Barrow High School Principal Al Darby said. At Judia Jackson Harris Elementary School in Clarke County, Matthew Bryant knows his students, who are mostly Hispanic and black, see him as a role model. But several factors - from pay to geography - keep most promising candidates like Bryant from teaching.

Years ago, when educators were discussing the same teacher workforce problem, Jerome Morris taught at a school in Nashville and dealt with similar pressures.
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Department of Education Secretary Arne Duncan is making stops at colleges across the country this summer and fall to urge more black men to consider taking up teaching as a profession. In the Oconee County and Commerce City school systems, there are no black male teachers at all.
Even men who choose teaching may not stay in the profession long or move into higher-paying leadership roles.
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