Cecilia Zalkind

Report: More Low-Income Students In NJ Getting Healthy Breakfast At SchoolThere 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.
Survey Finds More New Jersey Kids Living In PovertyThe Kids Count survey released today shows a sharp rise in the number of children whose families receive food stamps.
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.