With so many adults now working remotely and so many children being schooled from home, it is clear that many women are being compelled to take on a disproportionate share of new household responsibilities driven by the pandemic, and to do so at the expense of their careers. Read more»
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Managing a world of ever-faster information through small changes may sound impossible, but — I promise — it isn't. Each of us is now faced with a growing responsibility not only for our own opinions, but for selecting the raw material from which we form those views and taking the time to think about it. Read more»
Every time another study comes out or another op-ed is published about America’s lagging performance in education—and how it’s bound to put us at a major global disadvantage—the conversation turns to teachers. Are they any good? Are they hamstrung by standardized tests? Are they respected enough? Are they getting paid enough? Read more»