Associate Professor of Sociology Christel Kesler contributed a post to the Work in Progress, a blog of the American Sociological Association. Kesler’s post is titled “Public preschool helps some families more than others” and discusses her recent study, in which she sets out “to better understand the implications of the rise in children’s preschool attendance for the work lives of their parents, focusing on the very simple outcome of whether parents with children of this age participate in the labor market.”