Children in such households are more likely to struggle academically

“America’s schools say kids are hungry — just as pandemic-era benefit programs have lapsed. Congress temporarily made school meals free to all American schoolkids, but since that ended last fall, the need has only seemed to grow. Children in such households are more likely to struggle academically and repeat grade levels, among other challenges, according to researchers.”

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