Thousands of Seminole County (FL) students are being dropped from a free breakfast program at the end of September after state and federal officials decided it was feeding too many affluent children, reports the Orlando Sentinel. The county had initiated the universal free breakfast initiative four years ago, becoming one of the first systems in the state to do so (Florida’s school districts are all county-wide systems). Beginning Oct. 8, only students who qualify for free lunches based on ...

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