Community Eligibility Making High-Poverty Schools Hunger Free. Community Eligibility Phase In. More Than 2,200 Schools Successfully Implemented Community Eligibility During The 2012-2013 School Year. Nearly 1 Million Children Are Already Benefitting From Community Eligibility.
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Lunch And Breakfast Participation
Increase Under Community Eligibility
Community Eligibility Supports Best Practices
All school districts that implemented the option the first year and were surveyed by FRAC would recommend community eligibility to high poverty schools like their own
Getting the Word Out
Joint FRAC /CBPP MATERIALS
Materials Now Available at http://frac.org/community-eligibility/
Madeleine Levin, MPH
Senior Policy Analyst
Food Research and Action Center (FRAC)