According to a new report released today by California Food Policy Advocates (CFPA), a 10 percent expansion of California’s school breakfast program would generate $42.7 million in economic activity while creating nearly 1,000 new jobs.
The national anti-hunger organization Share Our Strength commissioned an analysis from Deloitte to assess the effects of school breakfast on health, attendance, and test scores, among other outcomes. School breakfast fuels academic success and student well being. Read the summary. PDF
Goal 1: All California schools offer the School Breakfast Program. Goal 2: All California schools adopt after-the-bell breakfast models or
other practices that maximize participation. Goal 3: All school breakfasts appeal to students and promote optimal health.