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From Chalkbeat Colorado: More kids to get free school breakfast under law, but some districts feel financial squeeze

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by Amy Schimke

As the second phase of Colorado’s “Breakfast After the Bell” law takes effect this fall, thousands more low-income students will have access to free breakfast served during school hours.

It’s a development lauded by advocates who say the program improves attendance and achievement, but not always by administrators in the districts required to provide the universal free meals.

Read the rest of the story at Chalkbeat Colorado.

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