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Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…
- The Wall Street Journal spoke to married couples who have split responsibilities according to CFO and COO roles.
- Parents reported that a new blood test for preeclampsia could especially help Black moms-to-be.
- The Washington Post explained how to help middle school-age kids become more resilient and highlighted the new book Middle School Superpowers: Raising Resilient Tweens in Turbulent Times.
- WIRED explained how an Iowa school district used ChatGPT to decide which books to ban.
- Meanwhile, The Daily Beast reported that Ta-Nehisi Coates attended a South Carolina school board meeting about his frequently-banned book Between the World and Me.
- CNN reported that Illinois has passed a law requiring parents to compensate child influencers.
- Kotaku shared that a new class-action lawsuit by parents alleges that the company behind Roblox is exploiting kids by profiting off of child gambling.
- Your Laugh of the Week comes from Frazzled, with “I’m Sorry, But None of the Items on Your School Supply List Exist on the Planet Earth.”
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