Millennials (ages 18-35) are the largest generation in history, numbering approximately 92 million (compared to 77 million baby boomers or 61 million Generation X). Fifty-three percent already have children. (Thickstun)
Thickstun, Karen. "It's all your business: re-defining word-of-mouth." American Music Teacher, Aug.-Sept. 2016, p. 42+
Until the 1990s, generations were thought by most people to span about 20 years, and labeling a generation with a catchy name usually meant that the cohort represented some major demographic trend. (Singham)
Singham, Mano. "More Than 'Millennials': Teachers Must Look Beyond Generational Stereotypes." The Chronicle of Higher Education, 11 Oct. 2009.
Have you thought about working with a student teacher or mentoring a new teacher?