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True or False? Free And Reduced-Price Lunch = Poor
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Fraud in the Lunchroom?
Winter 2010 | Education Next
People often use student eligibility for free or reduced-price lunches as a proxy for poverty, but is that a good metric, wonders Will Huntsberry of nprED.
David Bass took a close look at free and reduced-price lunch statistics and why they matter in “Fraud in the Lunchroom: Federal school-lunch program may not be a reliable measure of poverty”
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