Majority (56%) of Canadians Underestimate the Proportion of Children who go to School Hungry During the School Year

But Most (97%) Believe a Child’s Food Intake Impacts Their Ability to Learn in the Classroom

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Toronto, ON – Canadians underestimate the proportion of children who go to school hungry during the school year, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of Breakfast for Learning. The survey revealed that a majority (56%) of Canadians believe the proportion of students that go to school hungry is either 1 in 100...

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Majority (56%) of Canadians Underestimate the Proportion of Children who go to School Hungry During the School Year

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