Knowing how many students are receiving breakfast — and how many are not — is key to making the case for breakfast after the bell. Hunger Free New Jersey and the Food Research & Action Center conducted an analysis of high-poverty schools that must serve breakfast after the bell no later than September 2019. The data show participation rates and the additional federal dollars each district would receive if participation improved to 80 percent of enrolled, eligible children.
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