Lerner Center research cited in NYT article on working moms, COVID-19

Danielle Rhubart"Gender Disparities in Caretaking during the COVID-19 Pandemic," a Lerner Center Research Brief written by Lerner Postdoctoral Scholar Danielle Rhubart, was cited in the New York Times article "‘They Go to Mommy First’." Rhubart examined data from the Census Household Pulse survey, conducted in late April and early May, and found that over 80 percent of U.S. adults who weren’t working because they had to care for their children who were not in school or day care were women. 07/16/20