Advocates for Children of New Jersey

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Report: More Low-Income Students In NJ Getting Healthy Breakfast At School

There was a 21 percent increase in the number of low-income students eating breakfast at school from October 2010 to March 2012, according to Advocates for Children of New Jersey.


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Survey Finds More New Jersey Kids Living In Poverty

The Kids Count survey released today shows a sharp rise in the number of children whose families receive food stamps.


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Report: New Jersey Bad About Providing Free Breakfast For Eligible Students

The Garden State ranks 46th in the country when it comes to states taking part in the school breakfast program.