Expert Advice

  • Working Moms

    Mom Going Back to WorkYou need to explain to your young child what work is and why you need to do it.
  • Working Moms

    Homeschooling When Both Parents WorkDepending on the age of their children, working parents may be able to homeschool. Young children require hands-on supervision and assistance with tasks. A preteen requires less supervision, and a responsible teen can often be given the freedom to pursue studies independently.
  • Concerns About Homeschooling

    Feasibility of Evening HomeschoolingIt's certainly possible to homeschool in the evening -- many parents do -- but where would your 13-year-old son be while you're at work?
  • Stay-At-Home Moms

    Working Part-Time from HomeThere are many part-time work opportunities available for stay-at-home moms. The trick is to pursue those things that best match your interests and skills.
  • Career Resources

    A Teacher's RecordA once and future teacher attempts to account for the gap in her service record.
  • Changing Childcare Providers

    Son Competes for Attention with Mom's BusinessExpert advises parent to find ways to continue to run and grow her business while establishing a different, satisfying child care arrangement for her boy.