NJ failing to make significant progress to serve school breakfast to more low-income students

As a new national report shows New Jersey failed to make significant progress toward serving more low-income students school breakfast, Advocates for Children of New Jersey and the New Jersey Anti-Hunger Coalition are calling on the state Legislature to require high-poverty schools to serve breakfast during the regular school day.

Known as breakfast after the bell, this method is far more effective in ensuring that all children begin their school day with a healthy meal.   Read more

View School Breakfast Scorecard – 2016–2017 School Year

View School Breakfast: Making it Work in Large School Districts

For resources and to learn more about school breakfast in New Jersey visit schoolbreakfastnj.org



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