Mikayla Reese, 23, recently graduated from the University of Kentucky with her master’s degree. She and her daughter Nyla, 4, have lived at the One Parent Scholar House, which helps single parents get through college by providing housing and child care.
Mikayla Reese, 23, recently graduated from the University of Kentucky with her master’s degree. She and her daughter Nyla, 4, have lived at the One Parent Scholar House, which helps single parents get through college by providing housing and child care. Ebony Cox ecox@herald-leader.com
Mikayla Reese, 23, recently graduated from the University of Kentucky with her master’s degree. She and her daughter Nyla, 4, have lived at the One Parent Scholar House, which helps single parents get through college by providing housing and child care. Ebony Cox ecox@herald-leader.com

Program that offers housing, child care, helps single mom earn master’s

June 05, 2017 12:48 PM

UPDATED June 06, 2017 10:53 AM

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