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Working Mom Juggling Act

Working moms should join the circus. After all, their ability to juggle work, raising one or more children and keeping the house in order is a feat that is worthy of the stage.
 
Now moms are adding something else to their juggling act—getting a masters degree. More online schools are offering Master's programs to working moms or mothers who are going back to work, and many are offering online support for these women. Rani Kota, a mother of two who works full time, is getting her Master's in public health online from Walden University in Minnesota in the comfort of her home in Maryland.
 
This trend is becoming so big that eLearners.com has created a separate page called “Project Working Mom” devoted to helping moms get education support and better financial aid.
 
Maybe these schools provide masters degrees for circus science? [Gazette.net]

Posted: 4/9/08