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There’s a Stigma Around Men Teaching Young Kids. Here’s How We Change It.

The Better Life Lab curated a piece for their Slate channel from Aaron Loewenberg about how to change the stigma on men in education.


What Really Helps Women Succeed at Work? Access to Birth Control.

The Better Life Lab curated a piece for their Slate channel from Rebecca Gale about access to birth control in the workplace.


The Single Parent's Invisible Helpers

The Better Life Lab curated a piece for their Slate channel from Margaret Hennessy about single parent support systems.


Can You Download Your Way to a Better Life?

The Better Life Lab curated a piece for their Slate channel from contributor Ruth Graham about using apps to improve work-life balance.


Searching for an Equal Co-Parent: Six Factors That Influence Whether Dad Pulls His Weight at Home

Jill Yavorsky writes on how to find an equal co-parent


How the Women of Amazon Fought for--and won--a Revolutionary Paid Family Leave Policy

Journalist Rebecca Gale writes about how women at Amazon were instrumental in creating a new Paid Family Leave policy.


Professors Are the New Therapists

Lindsay Bernhagen writes on the Better Life Lab Blog on Slate about adjunct professors acting as therapists


Why Pretending You Don’t See Race or Gender Is an Obstacle to Equality

Elizabeth Weingarten wrote for Slate about how being color- or gender-blind acts as an obstacle to equality.


'Good for Business': Investing in Child Care Pays off in the End

Brigid Schulte was quoted in WTOP about the Care Report as part of a five-part series.


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There’s Not Even Close to Enough Child Care in the United States for All the Families That Need It

The New America Care Report was cited in Slate.


One Thing Washington Can Do: Ease Costs for Child Care

The New America Care Report was covered in Christian Science Monitor.


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U.S. Parents Are Sweating And Hustling To Pay For Child Care

The New America Care Report was covered in an NPR special series on working parents.