Thousands more school districts could soon provide free school meals
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ViewThe U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Tuesday that nearly 3,000 districts in high-need areas could soon get partial reimbursement to offer students free breakfasts and lunches at schools. The USDA is expanding the Community Eligibility Provision, which allows schools and districts in low-income areas to serve breakfast and lunch at no cost to students without collecting household applications. Currently, 40% of students within a district must be from families that qualify for various...

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