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Newark Public Schools (NJ)

94.0

1

95.7

1

Detroit Public Schools

84.6

2

*

^

Boston Public Schools

68.7

3

62.6

3

Columbus City Schools (OH)

61.0

4

65.3

2

Pittsburgh Public Schools

60.8

5

59.2

5

San Diego Unified School District

60.0

6

51.2

11

Minneapolis Public Schools

57.2

7

56.1

6

Milwaukee Public Schools

56.9

8

53.6

9

Houston Independent School District

56.2

9

49.7

12

Los Angeles Unified School District

56.1

10

55.1

7

Atlanta Public Schools

55.7

11

52.0

10

Philadelphia School District

55.6

12

48.3

15

Cleveland Metropolitan School District

55.3

13

54.0

8

District of Columbia Public Schools

48.4

14

48.4

14

Memphis City Schools

48.2

15

*

^

Omaha Public Schools

47.4

16

48.8

13

Seattle Public Schools

46.8

17

47.4

17

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools

45.6

18

46.7

18

Baltimore City Public Schools

44.7

19

47.8

16

Little Rock School District

44.4

20

44.9

19

Prince George’s Co. Public Schools (MD)

43.1

21

43.2

^

Chicago Public Schools

43.0

22

30.9

25

Dallas Independent School District

39.6

23

39.8

20

Denver Public Schools

38.6

24

37.6

22

Miami-Dade County Public Schools

37.4

25

38.1

21

Orange County Public Schools (FL)

35.1

26

*

^

New York City Dept. of Education

34.1

27

32.5

24

Oakland Unified School District

32.0

28

35.1

23

Clark County School District (NV)

29.4

29

*

^

Shaded boxes = 13 districts that improved their ratio between SY 2008-09 and 2009-10

Table 1 ranks the districts in the report based on their ratio of low-income students eating school breakfast compared to lunch, and compares the 2009-2010 school year with the previous school year.

Table 1: City Effectiveness in Reaching Low-Income Students with School Breakfast, and Comparison of School Years 2009–2010 and 2008–2009

School District

Rank

Free & Reduced-Price Students in SBP per 100 in NSLP SY 2008–2009

Free & Reduced-Price Students in SBP per 100 in NSLP SY 2009–2010

Rank

  • *

    Data not collected

^ Not ranked in the 2008–2009 Report

Food Research and Action Center

School Breakfast in America’s Big Cities

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