Programa P-EBT asigna $420 para menores en escuelas públicas
NY Distributing Food Stamp Cards To Every Public School Student
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$420 Food Benefit Cards Coming To All NYC Public School Students
All NYC public school families will receive $420 per child for food benefits through federal coronavirus relief effort
City’s Efforts to Meet Food Crisis Evolve; Questions About Long Term
Cohen introduces resolution to expand SNAP online delivery options
City’s Food Programs Trying to Keep Up With Demand Amid Federal Uncertainties
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Women Changing the Food System in New York City
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NY City Council Speaker and CUNY Chancellor Announce Plan to Address Hunger Among CUNY Students
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Study: Higher state test scores tied to universal free lunch, regardless of income, in NYC schools
Universal free lunch is linked to better test scores in New York City, new report finds
Why school cafeterias should be the frontlines of policy change