Data from the Maryland Hunger Solutions annual Creating Healthier Students & Better Learners with the School Breakfast Program: Maryland School Breakfast Report reveal that far too many low-income children in Maryland are still missing out on school breakfast. Michael J. Wilson, director of MDHS, was quoted in a Kent County News article about Kent County ranking number one in school breakfast program participation and what it will take to end childhood hunger throughout the state, saying “while there has been some improvement, we must redouble our efforts to ensure our children receive a healthy school breakfast so they may succeed in the classroom and beyond.”

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Publication Date: 12/01/2021
Published By: Maryland Hunger Solutions

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Content Type: Research and Studies
Population Type: Children & Teens
State: Maryland