"colleges and universities still have a long way to go, and -- despite being producers of new knowledge -- lag behind other employers in innovation in career flexibility."
Ann Johnson's insight:
There is "a poverty of imagination" when thinking about workplace policies that help people balance work and family. As this article affirms, more and more faculty are worried about managing care for elderly parents and want more flexibility.
This controversial situation arose when an assistant prof at American University was faced with having a sick infant on the first day of the semester. She brought the child to class and ended up breast feeding, causing controversy. Lisa Wolf-Wendel, author of new book Academic Motherhood, points out that few options exist for parents when outside care is unavailable, and "Colleges forget that children, regardless of their age, continue to exist."
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