Providence Promise eases path to higher education

ENROLLED: Torrell Mola, right, has enrolled her children in Providence Promise, a nonprofit focused on providing support for students to seek higher education. From left, Mola’s son Keyon; husband, Bruyere; and daughter Iliyah walk Bella, the family dog, along the Providence Pedestrian Bridge. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM
ENROLLED: Torrell Mola, right, has enrolled her children in Providence Promise, a nonprofit focused on providing support for students to seek higher education. From left, Mola’s son Keyon; husband, Bruyere; and daughter Iliyah walk Bella, the family dog, along the Providence Pedestrian Bridge. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

Distance learning hasn’t been easy on Torrell Mola. In the spring, the Providence mother of two was juggling the schooling of her son and daughter who attend different schools, helping them work through math problems she admits that she didn’t quite understand. It didn’t help that she felt the communication with the schools was poor.

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