Gradebook podcast: Who feeds Florida’s poor children when school’s out for summer?

The Hernando County school district began sending a mobile cafeteria into neighborhoods in the summers about five years ago. [Times | 2013]
The Hernando County school district began sending a mobile cafeteria into neighborhoods in the summers about five years ago. [Times | 2013]
Published July 6 2018

Children who go hungry over the summer often find themselves struggling when they return to school in the fall. A new report shows Florida serves hundreds of thousands of children while school's out, but could do much better. Crystal FitzSimons of the Food Research & Action Center discusses the findings, and their implications, with reporter Jeff Solochek.

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