Men’s work?

Why more women don’t go to business school.

Why Women MBAs “Stop Out”

Sharon Hoffman, MBA program director at Stanford Business School, has noticed a trend among female graduates: The ranks of moms with MBAs choosing to drop out of the workforce — temporarily — and stay at home has been swelling. Hoffman has coined a phrase for the phenomenon, “stopping out.”

A New Push to Pull In Women

Universities, businesses, and nonprofits are joining forces to redress the gender imbalance still so prevalent in U.S. B-schools.