Student parents in community colleges: building support systems to ensure education success

Wednesday, March 16, 2022
Pullias Center for Higher Education

A recent surge of research, practice and think-tanks explores the needs of student parents in higher education. All the shared voices reaffirm that this population of students will require much greater efforts to expand college access success. More targeted social and economic resources are needed for the children or dependents of student parents to encompass a multi-generational practice to move families out of poverty and low-wage positions into sustainable and high-paying career tracks.

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