Shut Out: Low Income Mothers and Higher Education in Post-Welfare America

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Shut Out portrays in vivid detail the economic, educational, and existential struggles that single mothers confront as they fight back against a welfare-to-work regime that denies them access to higher education and obstructs their aspirations as autonomous women, determined to exit poverty and attain family self-sufficiency. The book is a unique blend of policy analysis and lived realities. The voices of student mothers fighting to stay in school, and organizing for a different future, are embedded in an analysis grounded ...

Shut Out: Low Income Mothers and Higher Education in Post-Welfare America 2004, State University of New York Press, Albany, NY

ISBN-13: 9780791461266

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Shut Out: Low Income Mothers and Higher Education in Post-Welfare America 2004, State University of New York Press, Albany, NY

ISBN-13: 9780791461259

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