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Key determinants to school breakfast program implementation in Philadelphia public schools: Implications for the role of SNAP-Ed

Key determinants to school breakfast program implementation in Philadelphia public schools: Implications for the role of SNAP-Ed

Eating breakfast has a positive association with students’ academic outcomes and attendance. Universal school breakfast programs can mitigate food insecurity of families whose students are in the public school system, but low participation rates pose implementation challenges for schools and districts trying to meet the needs of their students. This report evaluates the determinants of implementing two different school breakfast programs and pragmatic strategies for serving breakfast in ways that maximize student participation.

Student Hunger and School Breakfast: Analysis of District-Wide Survey Results and School Breakfast Programs, 2018-19

Student Hunger and School Breakfast: Analysis of District-Wide Survey Results and School Breakfast Programs, 2018-19

This report analyzes how student responses to the District-Wide Survey (DWS) questions about eating breakfast relate to the availability of school breakfast programs.

Maximizing Students' School Breakfast Participation

Maximizing Students’ School Breakfast Participation

This report examines several SDP breakfast delivery models and uses data from a two-year study to examine factors related to school breakfast delivery and student participation, analyze implementation challenges, and offer conclusions and recommendations.

Expanding School Breakfast Participation, 2017-18

Expanding School Breakfast Participation, 2017-18

An analysis of breakfast participation data from schools that implemented alternative breakfast delivery models and/or participated in the 2017 Breakfast Challenge.