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THE CARE INDEX
Where Childcare Is an Economic Engine

Brigid Schulte wrote in The Atlantic about child care in Georgia.


THE CARE INDEX
Is This as Good as Childcare Gets?

Nan Mooney wrote in The Atlantic about child care in Massachusetts.


Why Parents Are Being Forced to Find Childcare Underground

Alieza Durana wrote in The Atlantic about the difficulties families in New Mexico have finding child care, and the low wages providers earn.


GLOBAL GENDER PARITY INITIATIVE
Is Germany Failing Female Refugees?

Elizabeth Weingarten wrote for Time about female refugees in Germany.


There’s No Such Thing as Innocuous Personal Data

Elizabeth Weingarten wrote for Future Tense on Slate about personal data and privacy.


Why America’s Fathers Aren’t Living Up to Expectations

Elizabeth Weingarten and Gary Baker writes for Time about the need for American fathers to be more involved in the home.


Hillary Clinton Stands on the Shoulders of the 28 Female Presidential Candidates Who Came Before Her

Jay Newton-Small wrote for TIME about Hillary Clinton, and the road to a female President nominee from a U.S. major party.


Is Hillary Clinton 'Likable Enough'?

Jay Newton-Small writes for Time about Hillary Clinton's "likability":


Why Donald Trump Is Targeting ‘Security Moms’

Jay Newton-Small wrote for TIME about Donald Trump's targeting of specific female demographics.


A Modern Family Leave Policy Needs These Three Things

Brigid Schulte and Anne-Marie Slaughter wrote for the Washington Post about the missing pieces need in family leave policies.


Are 'Meternity' Leaves for Non-Parents a Good Idea?

Brigid Schulte wrote for CNN about women who fake pregnancies in order to take time out of the office and whether that's a good idea.


A Brief History of How We Think About Motherhood

Brigid Schulte wrote for the Washington Post about the history and transformations of Motherhood in the past few decades.