New Article: Where Caregiving and Gender Intersect
Posted by Inside Higher Ed on April 6, 2021
It’s not just about gender or caregiving, it’s both: new analyses suggest colleges need COVID-19 faculty relief policies that target female caregivers in particular.
Numerous recent studies highlight the coronavirus pandemic’s disproportionate blow to female academics’ productivity. Other studies highlight the pandemic’s toll on academics who are caregivers.
A new study of thousands of professors from Ithaka S&R, out today, highlights the particular struggles of female caregivers working in academe — and what institutions can do to help them.
First, a question: Why does another study on this topic matter, especially now that people are getting vaccinated and colleges are planning for a return to something like normal come fall?
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