Tracy O'Connell Novick (@TracyNovick) tweeted on Tue, Apr 20, 2021:
"As I think this is a time for good news, here's some from @USDANutrition this afternoon: https://t.co/E5oBYj6KWG
"The United States Department of Agriculture announced Tuesday it would extend universal free lunch through the 2021-2022 school year, in an effort to reach more of the estimated 12 million youths experiencing food insecurity.In March, the USDA said these waivers, which made school meals more flexible to administer, would be extended only to Sept. 30, leaving schools and families uncertain about what next school year might look like."
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