Tag: Childcare

 

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Articles: Which Workplace Policies Help Parents the Most?

By Jill Suttie | March 14, 2017

New studies reveal how different policies affect parental well-being—and what obstacles we face in bringing them to America.

 
It’s that time of year, when many parents are looking at preschools and try to make what is for some a very difficult decision. Rona and I discuss different preschool philosophies, and how to choose what is right for your child.

Videos and Podcasts: Looking for a Preschool?

By Christine Carter and Rona Renner | February 28, 2013

It’s that time of year, when many parents are looking at preschools and try to make what is for some a very difficult decision. Rona and I discuss different preschool philosophies, and how to choose what is right for your child.

 
The Head Start program created this series of Fatherhood First posters "as an outward demonstration of support for men to become more involved in the Head Start program." Program staff use the language associated with each poster as talking points or conversation starters to encourage the participation of fathers and other men who may be interested in the program.

Articles: Four Steps to Father-Friendly Community Institutions

By William Marsiglio, Kevin M. Roy | June 14, 2012

Schools, hospitals, and nonprofits sometimes do a poor job of engaging fathers. But two researchers say that can change with four simple steps.

 

Articles: How Childcare Boosts Social Capital

By Meera Lee Sethi | January 18, 2012

New research says mothers using childcare can reap social, psychological, and financial rewards.

 

Raising Happiness: These Dads Get It

By Christine Carter | June 15, 2011

(and they're getting some action, too.)

 

Raising Happiness: Podcast: Choosing Childcare

By Christine Carter and Rona Renner | June 6, 2011

Finding good daycare can be stressful and confusing. Find out what the research says.

 
Finding good daycare can be stressful and confusing.  Find out what the research says.

Videos and Podcasts: Choosing Childcare: What to consider

By Christine Carter and Rona Renner | June 6, 2011

Finding good daycare can be stressful and confusing.  Find out what the research says.

 

Research Digest Items/Studies: Do Kids in Childcare Act Our More?

 

Research Digest Items/Studies: TV and Toddlers

 

Raising Happiness: Book Club: Raising Happiness, Ch. 9

By Christine Carter | August 26, 2010

How to Control Your Kids’ Environment.

 

Articles: The Power of Kisses

By Jason Marsh | July 28, 2010

A new study suggests that affectionate mothers raise resilient adults.

 

Articles: It’s April 15: Do You Know Where Your Income Tax Dollars Are Going?

By Jeremy Adam Smith | April 15, 2008

 

Articles: Altruistic birds vs. altruistic humans

By Jeremy Adam Smith | August 17, 2007

 

Articles: Divorce and Reverse Traditional Families

By Jeremy Adam Smith | July 26, 2007

 

Articles: Dads and Social Capital

By Jeremy Adam Smith | July 23, 2007

 

Articles: Why We Should All Care About Day Care

By Jason Marsh | March 27, 2007

 

Articles: Some Thoughts on Family Policy

By Jeremy Adam Smith | January 19, 2007

 

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