States can get a substantial return on investment if they help single mothers in college access child care, support services and financial aid, according to a new study from the Institute for Women's Policy Research. But even though about 10% of all undergraduates in Kansas and Missouri are single mothers, neither state makes significant investments in helping them persist to graduation.
Friday, December 27, 2019
Should Missouri & Kansas Pay For Moms To Earn College Degrees?!?!
Here's a progressive idea for state funding whereas the old school tactic for college funding usually involved ladies stripping and then, ultimately, deciding against a degree path. Nowadays, it seems that so-called "sugar daddies" are far too selfish to pick up the cost of an education . . . Checkit: