Women ‘put careers on hold’ to home school during UK Covid-19 lockdown

The Guardian reports …

Women spent more than twice as much time as men on their children’s home schooling and development during the UK’s coronavirus lockdown, according to the first academic study to measure how parents responded while schools and nurseries were closed to most families.

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