How Much Time Do We Spend With Our Kids?

Guests: Miriam Arond Editor-in-Chief, Child Magazine John Sandberg Sociologist, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan Arbor, MI Laura Sessions Stepp Reporter, Washington Post Author, Our Last Best Shot: Guiding Our Children Through Early Adolescence (Riverhead Books, 2000) A new study reveals today's parents are actually spending MORE time with their kids than parents twenty years ago. If that's the case, then why are parent's still so stressed about the demands of balancing work and home? Join Juan Williams and guests for a look at how much time kids actually need with their parents.

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