Vt. students are receiving reduced-price meals to eat for free

09/5/2013 | WCAX-TV (Burlington, Vt.)

Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin recently announced the expansion of free meals to all students who qualify for reduced-price meals, which typically carry a 40-cent price tag. The move is expected to cost the state about $400,000, and is intended to help expand access to healthy food for as many as 6,000 students and help them achieve academically.

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