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Have you seen the latest school breakfast scorecard? It looks into how many students across the country are participating in free or reduced-price breakfasts. Out of all states, California ranked 24th with average to low participation rates. The report shows we have a lot to gain by meeting the Food Research & Action Center’s goal of reaching 70 low income students with school breakfast for every 100 who participate in school lunch. When we don’t maximize participation in school breakfast, we not only miss out on promoting student academic achievements and health but also the millions of dollars in federal resources. So, let’s dig in!