The rate at which gender equality has raised hot debate in the present generation confirms the argument that gender equality in the workplace is not a strange thing, but tends to bring a negative impression when debating on gender equality crops (Riddell, & Tett, 2010). Many people believe that gender equality is a fact and not a myth. However, some people have been able to carry the myth beyond by exercising it in workplaces. In this project paper, I intend to focus on gender equality debate from the perspective of an educator in a college setting. In the research, I hope to receive various views on whether women and men feel that equality exists within their workplace. Further, the study would also test whether both genders feels equally treated, or to ascertain extent inferior to the opposite sex. Literature Review While in college, many students assume that they will not experience gender discrimination. However, this expectation does not seem to reflect the trends observed in many workplaces today. The focus of this article focuses on the assumption made by a college student that gender discrimination or issues related to gender discrimination in workplaces do not exist. This article gives an explanation to the research conducted in various workplaces to college students. The explanation provided by this article to college students creates understanding on their perception of gender equality. Further, it explains how they will enter a gender-neutral workplace. The article will demonstrate how the attitude toward gender equality in a workplace is losing its sheen as an important employment standard (Sipe, Johnson, & Fisher, 2009). This article discusses the balance of women and men in the educational setting. It looks at factors that have contributed to declining on male teaching staff in the teaching profession. In addition, this article argues the above statement by examining possible effect that this may have an affect on the work environment with disproportioned masculinity of men. The parameters used in the research tend to express similar concern on the role of gender in shaping workplace vacancies. The idea that this disparity provides an opportunity for tensions in gender quality and policy-making within the educational environment is part of its concern (Sipe, Johnson, & Fisher, 2009). It is important to point out that the author of this article addressed issues touching on how power relation and career paths influenced teaching industry. Other concerns covered in this article include the definition of gender and the perception given to it by women and men. Arguably, different people assert different meanings given individual or societal approach given to this matter (Geske, 2006). Notably, the paper addresses root meaning of gender, which is the basis of its focus, and how women and men perceive the classification of gender. Generally, explanations in this article would not be adequate if it does not touch on eight dimensions of gender and their correlation to characteristics associated with either woman or man. Further, the author looks at the relation of how what women and men define equal characteristic as well as the impact of labeling.