Lack of access to child care subsidies is a barrier to student-parent completion and success

Monday, December 19, 2022
Education Trust

The struggle to pay for college is intensified for many student parents, who often must pay for high-quality child care, on top of tuition, books, food, housing, and other basic needs. To make matters worse, most student parents are unable to access child care subsidies that might help mitigate the financial burden of paying for child care.

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