Eligibility for subsidized school lunches used to serve as a measure of student poverty. Now that has gotten complicated.
Eligibility for subsidized school lunches used to serve as a measure of student poverty. Now that has gotten complicated. Nancy Pierce Courtesy of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
Eligibility for subsidized school lunches used to serve as a measure of student poverty. Now that has gotten complicated. Nancy Pierce Courtesy of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
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Squishy numbers: Why it’s harder than ever to talk about poverty in CMS

September 16, 2015 11:11 AM

UPDATED September 16, 2015 03:19 PM

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