Report Highlights Need for Statewide Policy on School Meal Debt

Our report on school meal debt examines policies in 21 of Maryland’s 24 school districts for school year 2018–2019, and recommends best practices for responding to and preventing school meal debt while protecting children from humiliation and embarrassment.

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Missed Opportunities: An Analysis of SNAP Participation by County

New research shows that many Marylanders who are eligible for SNAP are not participating in the program. The number of eligible people not participating in SNAP by county ranges from 25 percent in Baltimore City to over 60 percent in Montgomery County.

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Report Shows Variation in School Breakfast Participation by County

Creating Healthier Students & Better Learners with the School Breakfast Program: Maryland School Breakfast Report shows that 61.9 low income students ate school breakfast for every 100 who ate school lunch in Maryland in the 2017–2018 school year.

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