Myra Jones-Taylor of Zero to Three says children and babies can feel the stress and instability that has come with the pandemic.
“I think I made the best decision I could,” said Whitney Robinson, a professor and public health expert.
Diaper banks provide free diapers and often other infant supplies to parents who need them. This year, they're busier than ever.
Roopam Carroll runs a day care center in Nottingham, England. She explains how caregivers enable other kinds of work.
Many working parents were already struggling. Then the pandemic hit.
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A new report quantifies the cost of women pulling back from work to care for kids during the pandemic.
Pulling back from work can put parents behind indefinitely on their career tracks.
COVID-19 has driven women's unemployment rate higher than men's and could worsen the gender pay gap in the long term.