Preparing boys for fatherhood

5th April 2013 at 01:00

Schools should do more to prepare boys for their future roles as working fathers, in which they will be juggling family life and a career, a leading figure in girls' education has said. Charlotte Vere, executive director of the Girls' Schools Association, said that boys need to be prepared for the task of "sharing the burden" of childcare and household chores with their partners.

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