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The Impact of Mother's Employment
Research on the influence of income and mother's employment suggests that working is not a predictor of negative outcomes and working can have both positive and negative effects on student achievement. Regardless of whether they are single or married, mothers who work full-time often have less time to spend with their children, a condition that may lead to lower achievement and increases in behavior problems at school. For many single-parent families, however, children receive more benefits than harms from their mother's work. In addition to the income working brings into the family, African American children in elementary school actually do better in school when their mothers work outside of the home. The fact that children from low-income, single-parent families actually earn higher grades than children from two-parent homes with similar income suggests that single parents who work teach their children coping strategies that limit the impact of financial hardship, low parent involvement, and other risk factors. http://library.adoption.com/articles/single-parenting-and-childrens-academic-achievement.html Working mothers 'harm A-level chances' by LAURA CLARK,
Children who are still too young for school when their mothers return to work may go on to get lower A-level results, research suggests.
A pupil's chances of gaining at least one A-level fall by up to nine per cent for every year a woman works before the child reaches the age of five, it is claimed.
The price paid by some youngsters will come as a shattering blow to the army of mothers trying to fill the dual roles of breadwinner and parent.
The study by Essex University found that, although full-time employment is most likely to harm a child's academic performance, part-time work can also have a negative effect.
In his conclusion, the children of working mothers are...

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