If enacted, proposed cuts to the nation’s largest anti-hunger program will leave vulnerable kids hungry and struggling at school.
Tag: child nutrition
A small team of educators in upstate New York brings lunch and books–and more than a little TLC–to low-income students who might otherwise go without.
With the majority of students living in poverty, the need to expand the reach of federal Summer Nutrition programs is greater than ever.
A proposal in the U.S. House would roll back the community eligibility provision of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, increasing food insecurity for some low-income students.
A new report shows states like Pennsylvania are taking bold steps to ensure that every student starts the school day with breakfast.
Educators ask: If the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act has made school lunch healthier, why roll back nutrition standards?
Education support professionals and teachers know that lawmakers can help the 16 million kids who face hunger and food insecurity when they reauthorize the child nutrition law.
Congress will soon reauthorize federal child nutrition programs. Urge your elected leaders to maintain nutrition standards for school meals!