Program supporting parents in higher ed hits two-year review

Friday, February 16, 2024
News Center Maine

Mainers were given an update this week on a program aimed at helping parents and guardians with needs at home, so they can earn the degree on which they've set their sights. Sandra Butler of the University of Maine and Luisa Deprez of the University of Southern Maine presented findings to the Maine Legislature's Health and Human Services Committee on Thursday, looking at the first two years of the Build HOPE program. 

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