Texas considers expansion of free school breakfasts

04/25/2013 | TexasTribune.org (Austin)

Supporters of legislation in Texas to expand the free breakfast program say it would help improve access to school meals for the one in four children in the state who are food insecure. Under the bill, which was approved by the state Senate this week, schools with 80% or more of their students qualifying for free or reduced-price meals would be required to provide free breakfast for all students.

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