Students performed better on college admissions tests if their families more recently received benefits through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, compared with those who received them later, according to a study. Timothy Bond, an associate professor of economics at Purdue University who was among those who led the study, said schools can help fill in gaps by offering testing during the week and suggested that testing centers also could serve breakfast.
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