Polls: Parents Are Hurting Without Child Care But In No Rush To Reopen Schools

NPR, July 23, 2020 Anya Kamenetz For American families with children, the pandemic has meant lost income, increased child care responsibilities, worry and stress. But a majority are not eager for schools to reopen this fall, given the health risk. That's according to two new national polls of parents by the Kaiser Family Foundation and … Continue reading Polls: Parents Are Hurting Without Child Care But In No Rush To Reopen Schools

Carework in the time of COVID – Spring 2020 media

Coronavirus' impact on Gen X caregivers (AARP) Three Things Lockdowns Have Exposed About Working and Parenting (NYT, April 27) Struggles of working parents on full display amid pandemic (Marketplace, March 26) Working from home with the kids feel unsustainable. Here’s how to ease the burden. (Vox, March 25) Washington Post (behind paywall): https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/2020/05/06/coronavirus-pandemic-working-moms-quarantine-life/?arc404=true https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/two-parents-two-jobs-two-young-kids-one-day-after-another/2020/05/07/21e4fc24-8b25-11ea-9dfd-990f9dcc71fc_story.html?fbclid=IwAR1uKV_l8bsDPsRPohyVA-3Y1d-6rXwqOB_7a4-zjPa0gEYZFV-k6-NCdlU