“Hunger in Our Schools” summarizes the results of a national survey on hunger in the classroom among public school teachers grades K-8. The document captures key data on the attitudes of public school teachers, which includes the fact that kids rely on school meals as a primary source of nutrition, and hunger impacts student’s ability to learn. An overview of child hunger is provided along with information on addressing hunger in the classroom. Teachers’ views on School Breakfast and other school food programs are also included. The findings provide insight into teachers’ belief in the role of school systems and the community in addressing childhood hunger. The report concludes with teacher, school, and classroom demographics.