COVID-19 could erase parenting gains of the last 30 years
The COVID-19 crisis, and the economic and social restrictions that followed it, threaten the progress to erase income-based differences in parenting goals and behaviors.
About three-quarters of parents of preschoolers report being “somewhat” or “very” worried about their children’s learning and social skills as a consequence of the pandemic-related school closures.
Richard V. Reeves
Parents are worried about how COVID-19 will impact their children. They are right to, say Ariel Kalil et al on our pages: