Some Los Angeles schools may be allowed to drop in-class breakfast program

03/19/2014 | KPCC-FM (Los Angeles)

A proposal in the Los Angeles Unified School District would allow schools in which less than 20% of students qualify for free or reduced-price meals opt out of the district's "breakfast in the classroom" program. If approved, the change would allow about 40 of more than 1,000 schools in the district to instead serve free and reduced-price meals to low-income students during morning nutrition breaks.

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