The National School Lunch Program: Policy Strategies to Address Food Insecurity in School-Aged Children
Date of Award
Capstone - Open Access
Master of Education (MEd)
The National School Lunch Program (NSLP) is available to American families with lower annual incomes in relation to the poverty level in order to provide nutritional meals for their school-aged children. However, conveying this offered program to American families comes with challenges, such as food insecurity and the lack of resources along with education in relation to overall health and well-being. Follow-up recommendations are included to possibly assist and approve this federally funded program
Curley, Keaghan, "The National School Lunch Program: Policy Strategies to Address Food Insecurity in School-Aged Children" (2023). Community Engagement Student Work. 94.