Children’s cognitive abilities relatively unaffected by having working mothers
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Wave goodbye to another parenting myth: Children whose mothers go out to work do not suffer academically

Wave goodbye to another parenting myth: Children whose mothers go out to work do not suffer academically | Children’s cognitive abilities relatively unaffected by having working mothers | Scoop.it
Children’s academic performance is not harmed if their mothers work during the first years of their lives, comprehensive research seen by The Independent shows.
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Working moms' kids fare just as well as stay-at-home counterparts, study says

Working moms' kids fare just as well as stay-at-home counterparts, study says | Children’s cognitive abilities relatively unaffected by having working mothers | Scoop.it
Researchers found no differences in literacy, math, behavioral skill whether mom was working, stayed at home
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Children's education not affected by mothers who go back to work - Telegraph

Children's education not affected by mothers who go back to work - Telegraph | Children’s cognitive abilities relatively unaffected by having working mothers | Scoop.it
There is no link between children’s academic performance and mothers who go out to work in the first years of their lives, according to new research.
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Children whose mothers work do NOT suffer academically, study finds

Children whose mothers work do NOT suffer academically, study finds | Children’s cognitive abilities relatively unaffected by having working mothers | Scoop.it
Children whose mothers work during their early years do not fare worse at school, according to major new research.
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Working mothers urged to drop guilt as study finds kids do fine | Reuters

Working mothers urged to drop guilt as study finds kids do fine | Reuters | Children’s cognitive abilities relatively unaffected by having working mothers | Scoop.it
LONDON (Reuters) - Children whose mothers work during their early years do as well at school as those with stay-at-home mothers, debunking a common parenting myth that has piled guilt onto career women,...
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Kids of working mums do not suffer academically

Kids of working mums do not suffer academically | Children’s cognitive abilities relatively unaffected by having working mothers | Scoop.it
Children's academic performance is not harmed if their mothers go out to work during the initial years of their lives, a new research has revealed.The comprehensive research by the Independent, which is the analysis of six studies looking at 40,000...
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