Colo. school breakfast bill sparks questions

02/3/2013 | Education News Colorado

In Colorado, proposed legislation that would require some schools to provide breakfast for all students after the school day begins has raised questions over the potential cost of initiating the program. Some members of the state board of education are questioning whether the breakfast program can be made optional, as they are worried about a possible loss of local control. Supporters, however, are rallying support behind the bill, which would be mandatory for schools in which 70% or more of students are eligible for free and reduced-price meals.

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