Eve Rodsky of Fair Play Says We Have to Unlearn Our Own Oppression

My Brain Agrees, But My Heart Has Some Catching Up to Do by Natalie Ehrlich As an avid reader of author Eve Rodsky’s work, including her New York Times best-seller, “Fair Play: A Game-Changing Solution for When You Have Too Much to Do (and More Life to Live),” I was beyond thrilled to help organize Not Safe For Mom Group … Read More

What Teachers Think About Reopening Schools

What Teachers Think About Reopening Schools in Fall . . . And How Parents Feel About That by Alexis Barad-Cutler So we’ve just grazed our bare feet onto the soft, welcoming promise of summer — and already, it seems, the knives are out. Gone are the feelings of immense gratitude and empathy to our children’s teachers, that we were tweeting, … Read More