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May 8, 2016 3:30 PM

Time for California school kids to get breakfast after the bell

School breakfasts go uneaten because of simple logistical issues

Districts lose millions in federal funds because of cafeteria hours and stigma

Serving breakfast during school hours helps dramatically, but adults resist

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