Picture this: you are a student parent attending a public college. You come from a low-income family, making less than $30,000 a year. Between attending class, studying and parenting duties, you manage to work 10 hours a week making minimum wage. Think you can still afford both tuition and childcare?
According to a new report from the Education Trust and Generation Hope released today, across the U.S., a student parent from a low-income background (a household making less than...
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