Colleges brace for more pregnant and parenting students

Monday, November 21, 2022
Chronicle of Higher Education

Fifty years after the passage of Title IX—which bans gender discrimination in schools and colleges—some faculty members and administrators still aren’t sure what the law says about pregnant and parenting students. New federal rules aim to better support student parents—who make up one in five undergraduates today—but they may not be enough, say advocates.

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