As a page administrator for the CFLE, I am made privy to some stats about the page, in particular, who is visiting.
So... who is visiting the CFLE's page?
Of the 459 people "liking" us, 74% are female-identified, and 21% are male-identified. Of those female-identified individuals, the majority are between the ages of 25 and 44 (46% of the total).
And, while the majority of those interested come from the United States (405), there are people from Puerto Rico, Canada, Mexico, the United
Kingdom, Sweden, Australia, Italy, Hungary, Venezuela, Singapore, Finland, Trinidad & Tobago, Morocco, Bulgaria, Bangladesh, Denmark, Belgium, South Korea, and Iraq that like this page.
But the most interesting and inspiring thing... those "talking about this page"... majority are young female-identified individuals ages 13-24, a massive priority population (at least in terms of age).
What are we doing right? What are we doing wrong? Evaluation is a huge part of education and development... so why aren't we reaching a similar proportion of the male-identified population? Why aren't their more male-identified educators?
What do you do that you've noticed works particularly well addressing young male-identified populations? Are we providing an open and welcoming environment?
In the near future, we will be engaging in an online twitter-feed discussion using the hashtag #SexEd to discuss this, among many other things.