Pittsburgh Public Schools has announced that it will provide free lunches to all 25,906 district students beginning this fall under the USDA's Community Eligibility Provision. The district, in which 71% of students qualify for free/reduced price meals, already offers free universal breakfast at its 54 school sites. Last year, Pittsburgh Schools served 10,467 breakfasts and 18,272 lunches daily, according to its website.
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