Working Mother Guilt?

MomKidHands

There has been a lot of attention to this (relatively) new Harvard study on the impact of working mothers on their children, and specifically on their daughters. There is also a respite, at least for now, from the worry about whether working mothers have negatively impacted development. This parenting thing is complicated…

Harvard Study on Working Mothers shows benefits for daughters…

KQED recorded interview with authors of Harvard study

About Kathleen McNamara Head's Up!

an educator in Independent Schools for over 28 years
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