Sharon, I really liked this article. It was great. It suggests what I have always known which is success is not dependent on a two family home but a stable home. We often equate stability and two parent households. The only issue I did have with this article was the following paragraph:
Kamp Dush said she is not suggesting that there are no advantages for children living in two-parent homes. Particularly for black families, the study did find ways in which children did better with two parents. However, careful study suggests that white and Hispanic children can do well living in single-parent homes if they have a stable home environment.
This somehow suggests that black children's success requires two parents but somehow white and hispanic children can do well in a single family home if the environment is stable yet it doesn't say what the supposed differentiator is.