Japan’s Working Mothers: Record Responsibilities, Little Help From Dads. Men in Japan do fewer hours of housework and child care than in any of the world’s richest nations. That keeps women from getting better jobs and holds back the economy. Image: Kazuko Yoshida doing the family’s laundry after dinner. By Motoko Rich Feb. 2, 2019
‘It Doesn’t Have to Be This Way.’ Why Some Boys Can Keep Up With Girls in School. A study shows the Asian-American gender academic gap starts later, giving educators insight into how to help boys of all races and pointing to the influence of social pressures. By Claire Cain Miller Jan. 15, 2019
Male journalists ignore female peers on Twitter, study shows. Men’s domination of online political debate leaves women struggling to be heard. by Jim Waterson Media editor Sun 24 Jun 2018. Male journalists reply to each other 91.5% of the time, according to the study. Male journalists dominate online political discussion because they mainly interact with other men and ignore women, according to a study of American political reporters.
Betsy DeVos’s New Harassment Rules Protect Schools, Not Students. Institutions have been pushing for less liability when it comes to sexual misconduct on campus. Now they’re finally getting it. By Dana Bolger Ms. Bolger is a co-founder of Know Your IX, a campaign against sexual violence in schools. Nov. 27, 2018