It is Friday from where this question is being posted. : ) The recent spurt of activity in U.S. school education related threads shows that parents have to put in quite some effort, strategy, and time into researching education choices, decisions, options, opportunities, accelerations. Such research takes time. Do SAHM's have more dispensable time to devote to such research? What are the pro's and con's of having such dispensable time? What can working moms do to conduct such education, schooling related research more efficiently? Other than paying SAHM's to do it for them. : ) To reiterate: it is Friday. : ) But question stands - school education in the U.S., supplementing it, and parenting the child from preschool to the day he/she is dropped off at the dorm, involves quite some education related "research" and research takes time. Do SAHM's have more time for such research?