Women Employed Publishes Recommendations to Increase Graduation Rates for Single Mothers

New brief highlights strategies community colleges can implement to improve student success.

CHICAGO – Low-income single mothers pursuing higher education overwhelmingly attend community colleges over traditional universities, but many community colleges often struggle to address the unique challenges these women face.

A new policy brief from Women Employed outlines effective interventions that community colleges can undertake to help student parents complete their academic programs and meet their goals.


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