Nearly 60 percent of Georgia’s public school children are eligible for free or reduced lunches, but once summer rolls around, fewer than 15 percent... Programs try to tackle summer child hunger gap

Nearly 60 percent of Georgia’s public school children are eligible for free or reduced lunches, but once summer rolls around, fewer than 15 percent of them have access to those meals.

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