A better way must be found to achieve gender equality and the integration of work and home skills for both genders. Childhood education is one important way this can be achieved. If children are taught joint life/career planning that address homemaking, child rearing, career choices, setting priorities, and family planning, then students become aware that both genders can effectively take care of children, clean the house, and have careers if they work together. Educational strategies, employment practices, and public policies all must work together to support men in taking on family roles, support women in advancing at work, and children in developing into happy, healthy, educated members of society.
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