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School Meal Programs: Implications of Adjusting Income Eligibiity Thresholds and Reimbursement Rates by Geographic Differences
Kay E. Brown (au)
In FY 2013, 30.7 million children participated in the National School Lunch Program and 13.2 million children participated in the School Breakfast Program, partly funded by $14.6 billion from the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA). The majority of these children came from low-income families and received school meals free or at a reduced-price. Income eligibility and school reimbursement rates for school meals are federally set and do not consider geographic differences in the cost of living (except for Alaska and Hawaii). This report looks at a variety of methods by which to identify geographic differences in living costs and the potential for using them to adjust (1) income eligibility thresholds, and (2) reimbursement rates for schools. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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