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America’s Child-Care Crisis: ‘a Humanitarian Disaster’
November Virtual Conference

America’s Child-Care Crisis: ‘a Humanitarian Disaster’

As the pandemic drags on with little government support in sight for families with child-care needs, Marianne Cooper, a senior research scholar with Stanford University’s VMware Women’s Leadership Innovation Lab, has faced this nagging thought: “I don’t think America loves its children, and I’m starting to think it hates its parents.” Cooper, who has long […]

BY Emily Nonko | November 23, 2020

Will the Pandemic Bring More Help for Working Parents?
November Virtual Conference

Will the Pandemic Bring More Help for Working Parents?

HP, the tech company, has operations in Wuhan, China, so its managers had an early warning when COVID-19 began affecting business as early as January. Something that struck the company early on was feedback from its employees around the world: caregivers, from parents to grandparents, were struggling as their care arrangements were disrupted by the […]

BY Emily Nonko | November 22, 2020

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