School breakfast program participation in Texas

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Data Source: Texas Hunger Initiative analysis of Texas Department of Agriculture Data

The Texas Hunger Initiative, a project of Baylor University, conducts university-based research to determine what anti-hunger efforts are effective and provides the support and expertise to coordinate work in communities—finding solutions to food insecurity that are greater than the sum of their parts.

Footnotes: Average daily participation is calculated using the Food Research Action Center's methodology. Numbers may not exactly match state or federal data because of differences in methodology.

Free or reduced price meals are available to students whose families earn less than 185% federal poverty guidelines or are enrolled in other programs for low-income children, such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). Children in foster care or who attend schools using the Community Eligibility Provision are also eligible.