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NYC Teacher Survey Summary Memo

No Kid Hungry, in partnership with Global Strategy Group, surveyed school teachers in New York City about the problem of hunger, the connection between hunger and academic performance, and support for Breakfast After the Bell. The findings are summarized in this one-page memo.

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Ending Childhood Hunger: A Social Impact Analysis

Deloitte, in partnership with Share Our Strength, analyzed the long-term social impact of school breakfast on children. The analysis showed dramatic potential impacts associated with feeding kids a healthy school breakfast, including large-scale outcomes in education, economics, and health.'

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A Study on Chronic Absenteeism and Breakfast After the Bell

Schools are facing a crisis of chronic absenteeism: nearly 8 million students are missing at least three weeks of the school year.  Chronic absenteeism can lead to lower academic achievement, greater risk of dropping out, and worse employment prospects. In 2019, the No Kid Hungry campaign commissioned a study, conducted by the University of California Santa Barbara, to examine whether serving breakfast after the bell can reduce chronic absenteeism.

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Rural Food Insecurity: Research Brief and Report

Share Our Strength and Feeding America partnered on a qualitative research study and broader report examining food insecurity in rural communities across the United States.

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