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Time demands of single mother college students and the role of child care in their postsecondary success

This brief discusses the time demands and time use of single mothers in college, the affordability of and access to child care with a particular focus on campus-based care, and the postsecondary outcomes of student parents by campus child care center usage at one institution. It also provides recommendations for better supporting single mothers in college.
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United States

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