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This paper is composed of four parts. First, it describes the situation of teacher work’s vertical segregation by gender in secondly and primary schools in the United Kingdom, United States, and Taiwan. Second, it compares social differences of male leaders vs. female leaders in the educational area. Third, it analyzes the possible reasons of teacher work’s vertical segregation by gender. Finally, it puts forward five solutions about teacher work’s vertical segregation by gender, including: (1) to enhance the gender equity education in order to get rid of gender stereotypes; (2) to cultivate the individuals with both manhood and womanhood; (3) to advocate the social idea and custom that men need to do housework and take care of children more frequently; (4) to establish a good supporting and caring system; and (5) to encourage female teachers to join teacher organizations and bravely express their opinions for themselves.
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