Since the emergence of COVID-19, the prevalence of food-insecure children in America has increased by 20 percent, reaching Depression-era statistics. One in 4 U.S. children is now living with food insecurity, up from 1 in 7 prior to the pandemic (USDA Economic Research Service, September 2019). And the numbers are even more alarming for minority students, with 1 in 3 living in food-insecure households. To read more, click here.
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