Food Insecurity

Read: States Begin Closing Schools in Response to COVID-19

States Begin Closing Schools in Response to COVID-19

Additionally, the coronavirus has prompted the shuttering of several large urban school districts.

Read: Back to School: Health and Safety Tips, Resources

Back to School: Health and Safety Tips, Resources

We put some of our best health, safety and security resources all in one place so you and your students can get ready to have a safe school year.

Read: Survey: Half of College Students Struggle to Find Food, Shelter

Survey: Half of College Students Struggle to Find Food, Shelter

The survey revealed that 45% of students reported being food-insecure and 56% reporting having some sort of housing insecurity.

Read: Ind. School District Turns Unused Cafeteria Food into Take-Home Meals

Ind. School District Turns Unused Cafeteria Food into Take-Home Meals

Elkhart School District has partnered with a local non-profit to provide underprivileged students with meals to take home over the weekend.

Read: Childhood Food Insecurity Is Still a Big Problem

Childhood Food Insecurity Is Still a Big Problem

Food insecurity intensifies in the summer months when school-age children lose access to breakfasts and lunches provided by their campuses.

Read: Survey: Hunger Among College Students on the Rise

Survey: Hunger Among College Students on the Rise

Researchers say the findings can be attributed to increasing college costs, inadequate aid packages and a growing enrollment of low-income students.

Read: Nearly Half of NYC School Cafeterias Had Critical Food Violations in 2017

Nearly Half of NYC School Cafeterias Had Critical Food Violations in 2017

A new study found 1,150 instances of critical food violations, 617 of which included evidence of vermin, in nearly 700 NYC school cafeterias in 2017.

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