Principals in Philadelphia Public Schools seem to push breakfast participation harder during test week than at other times, according to a recent survey of 35 city elementary schools, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer. The survey by Public Citizens for Children and Youth found that 63 percent of the schools changed their policy to make sure students ate breakfast during the week when they were taking the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment test. The test measures academic progress ...

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