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Qualifying Mass. schools must now offer Breakfast After the Bell

Schools qualify for the program if 70% of their students are eligible for free or reduced-price lunches.
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School districts in Massachusetts will now have to provide Breakfast After the Bell by May 31 if they qualify, WWLP reports.

Schools qualify for the program if 70% of their students are eligible for free or reduced-price lunches.

Massachusetts joins other states such as Washington and New Jersey that also have mandates requiring qualifying schools to participate in Breakfast After the Bell.

Read the full story via wwlp.com.

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