Providing free meals for all students in some districts may be right course

By BOB RAY SANDERS — Fort Worth Star-Telegram  October 13, 2013
It’s one thing to talk about all the starving children in Third World or developing countries; it’s another to address the issue of kids in America who don’t have enough to eat.The very thought of one child, let alone millions, going to bed hungry is disturbing. Then expand on that theme with a young boy or girl waking up hungry each morning and heading off to school having eaten little or no food.We’ve known for decades that a hungry child probably will not do well in the classroom and that when children receive daily meals they not only are more likely to come to school but also perform better academically, in class and on standardized tests.

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