They say it's the most important meal of the day, and in many ways it is. Without breakfast, students’ attention spans shorten. Their energy levels plummet. Their productivity wanes and learning suffers. But filling bellies in the cafeteria during those precious moments between when students step off the school bus and when classroom instruction begins is a time-strapped challenge for many districts. “Breakfast in the classroom (BIC) programs allow schools to offer ...

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