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It's been happening throughout the pandemic.
Dads have played a more active role in domestic labor and caregiving during the pandemic. That's helped moms — just not enough.
The Brookings Institution says those mothers, especially Black and Latinx women, are still struggling to regain jobs.
Especially for mothers who are working from home and supervising their kids’ school days.
A new Gallup survey finds that 71% of parents who work full time have kids who are attending school in person.
With K-12 students going virtual, parents have had less time to focus on their own educations
Those who work outside the home must often rely on family or pay for help to supervise kids.
The CDC says two out of every three caregivers are women, who support not only children but also adults with chronic illnesses.