Post-pandemic, schools can play a powerful role in ending health inequities for girls of color.
Some low-income parents will work more under the new policy, some less. Kids will benefit either way.
Child care is too expensive, while providers are underpaid. We need sustained public investment to fix both problems.
Pitting men’s teams against women’s teams ignores alternative solutions and undermines gender equity.
Food insecurity already underscores gender disparities on college campuses, a dilemma now worsened by the pandemic and its uncertainty.
The use of low-cost, temporary faculty contracts makes it harder to eliminate sexual violence on college campuses.
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