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How Working Parents Can Manage the Demands of School-Age Kids

Overview

This article from Harvard Business Review gives some practical insights and ideas on how to manage the demands of the workplace and those from our most important job – raising our children.

As a working parent, you’ve already got two jobs — and having two jobs isn’t easy. But you’re also going to spend a minimum of 13 years with a third critical role: stewarding your child’s education. It’s a position that comes with enormous hope and pressure. You want the absolute best for your children, and you’re determined to oversee their school experience in a way that will set them up for success in college and life beyond. But it’s a position that can create significant practical challenges for any family.

What You’ll Learn

Effective ways to manage the overwhelming demands of drop-off, homework, and parent-teacher conferences while still delivering and succeeding at work.

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