Baltimore schools will begin offering students free breakfasts in their classrooms, reports the Baltimore Sun. The district had already been providing free breakfasts in cafeterias, but participation has been low (around 22 percent or 17,500 students a day) due to the inconvenience and indifferent menu choices. In the new program, students will be able to grab portable breakfast choices that they could take and eat in their classrooms if their school’s principal agrees. The initiative is ...
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