On the Value of a Moral Mentor

How a coach became the mentor of a lifetime.

I Love My Wife but I Don’t Need Her

Our relationships is stronger because we can know we can survive without each other.

Teachers Have Found Their Home on The Good Men Project!

The Good Men Project loves teachers and professors who write.

Call for Submissions: The Man Who Changed My Life

Has there been someone who has altered your course?

What Happens When a Trusted Man Teaches a Woman to Fight?

Relationships don’t have to be sexual to be meaningful and enlightening. Kai Morgan shares the story of discovering herself through a trusted teacher.

Jack Musgrave – a Big Legend in a Small-ish Town

Steve Henn was so inspired by his teacher’s compassion for others, he followed in his footsteps.

Call for Submissions: The Teacher That Made a Difference in My Life

Were you too cool for school until you met THAT teacher?

Your Dharma, Your Career

Build a relationship with yourself; a real friendship with the unconscious parts of you and with your knowing mind, to spark your deeper intuition and your connection to your highest self.

When the Bullying Comes Back to Haunt You

Teen who spread rumor about gay teacher learns his lesson twenty years later.

Call for Submissions: My Everyday Hero

Do you have an everyday hero? The guy you can count on no matter what?

Is Teaching a Failing Career for Men?

Giorgio Selvaggio examines why there are far fewer men in the classroom.

All it Takes is One Teacher

Another example of how Mr. Danziger helps his students cope with the repercussions of incarceration.

Why I Write: To Process the Wonder and Tumult of Life

Ramsey Marshall shares the driving force behind his desire to write.

Technology + The Struggling Male Student = Academic Kryptonite

If technology amplifies behaviors, writes Jessicah Lahitou, what about boys who are already struggling in school? — During my last year as a teacher before moving abroad, I worked at a suburban Texas high school teaching 10th Grade Pre-AP and 11th Grade English. My Pre-AP classes were predictably alert, astute, polite, responsible, timely with their […]

13 Life Lessons from 13 Years of Teaching

High school English teacher Jeremy McKeen has gleaned quite a bit in his first years of teaching. School’s in, so take your seat and let’s learn something new.  — After thirteen years of teaching high school English in the city and having my own children in the public schools for a few years now, I’m old enough to […]