These Formerly Homeless Single Moms Beat the Odds and Are Now College Grads

Sunday, April 22, 2018

Single moms have one of the lowest college graduation rates in the country, which has been linked to a grinding, constricting poverty that impedes their children’s ability to escape as well. But these formerly homeless women (and a handful of men) in Louisville have a college graduation rate that exceeds that of their single, childless, more affluent peers.

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