Students headed back to class after picking up their BackSnack bundles. The program helps provide weekend meals to students in the free- and reduced-lunch programs at schools. The Southern Education Foundation reports that low-income children now are the majority of students in public schools in the United States.
Students headed back to class after picking up their BackSnack bundles. The program helps provide weekend meals to students in the free- and reduced-lunch programs at schools. The Southern Education Foundation reports that low-income children now are the majority of students in public schools in the United States. SHANE KEYSER Kansas City Star
Students headed back to class after picking up their BackSnack bundles. The program helps provide weekend meals to students in the free- and reduced-lunch programs at schools. The Southern Education Foundation reports that low-income children now are the majority of students in public schools in the United States. SHANE KEYSER Kansas City Star

More public schoolchildren slipping into poverty in U.S.

January 20, 2015 11:03 AM