Mom on a Mission: Meet Kidada Rowe, Online Student and Aspiring Educator

Kidada Rowe, 45
Georgia Gwinnett College
Major: Special Education
Expected Graduation: 2022

At 45 years old, Kidada's career hit an unexpected bump in the road. Instead of letting that derail her life, she decided to return to college and pursue her newfound passion: Special Education. Read more about Kidada, and how her son inspired her to become a "builder of family bridges" in the education system. 

Tell us a little about yourself. Other than being a college student, how do you spend your time?
I am a full-time mom, raising my son to be a terrific human being. I aspire to be a teaching assistant in order to pave the way for a career as an educator. I spend a large portion of my time developing my son, who has specific needs— watching movies with him, playing games with him, practicing social situations with him, enjoying life with him, and talking to him about the importance of a good education. We enjoy playing tennis and basketball, as well.

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