PROVIDENCE – More than four out of five Rhode Island schoolchildren aren't participating in a school breakfast program and many of those children are missing an opportunity to get a meal vital to their education and well-being, according to a R.I. KIDS COUNT policy brief released this week. The report said school breakfast participation is…
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