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City F & RP

State Average

Students in SBP

F & RP

per 100 in NSLP

Students in SBP per 100 in NSLP

94.0 84.6 68.7 61.0 60.8 60.0 57.2 56.9 56.2 56.1 55.7 55.6 55.3 48.4 48.2 47.4 46.8 45.6 44.7 44.4 43.1 43.0 39.6 38.6 37.4 35.1 34.1 32.0 29.4

37.6 46.0 42.3 46.2 41.6 43.3 42.9 40.3 56.1 43.3 55.7 41.6 46.2 48.4 52.6 37.1 43.4 48.5 45.4 53.9 45.4 38.0 56.1 38.2 44.6 44.6 41.1 43.3 34.9

Table 2 compares the districts’ performance in breakfast participation to the average for their state. Districts are listed in order of their rank for average daily participation of low-income children in breakfast for every 100 participating in free or reduced-price lunch.

Table 2: City and State Comparison of Effectiveness in Reaching Low-Income Students with School Breakfast in School Year 2009-2010

School District

Newark Public Schools, NJ Detroit Public Schools, MI Boston Public Schools, MA Columbus City Schools, OH Pittsburgh Public Schools, PA San Diego Unified School District, CA Minneapolis Public Schools, MN Milwaukee Public Schools, MN Houston Independent School District, TX Los Angeles Unified School District, CA Atlanta Public Schools, GA Philadelphia School District, PA Cleveland Metropolitan School District, OH District of Columbia Public Schools, DC Memphis City Schools, TN Omaha Public Schools, NE Seattle Public Schools, WA Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, NC Baltimore City Public Schools, MD Little Rock School District, AR Prince Georges Co Public Schools, MD Chicago Public Schools, IL Dallas Independent School District, TX Denver Public Schools, CO Miami-Dade County Public Schools, FL Orange County Public Schools, FL New York City Dept. of Education, NY Oakland Unified School District, CA Clark County School District, NV

  • *

    State rankings are from FRAC’s School Breakfast Scorecard 2010 (www.frac.org)

State* Rank

46 23 35 22 36 28 31 40 7 28 8 36 22 20 12 47 27 19 24 10 24 45 7 44 25 25 37 28 50

Shaded Boxes = 11 Districts with Ratios below Their State Average

Food Research and Action Center

School Breakfast in America’s Big Cities

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