Stereotyping about the qualities of mothers and their ability to balance work and home is a form of gender discrimination, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday. The decision restores the case of a New York school psychologist who claims that her bosses thwarted her bid for tenure after questioning her ability to commit to her job since having a child.
A Decision Pregnant With Meaning
New York Law Journal
April 9, 2004
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