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Washington, D.C. – Many of the country’s most vulnerable children and youth are not benefitting from after school and summer learning programs, which have a proven track record of success helping students succeed in school and in life, because these programs are in short supply in communities of concentrated poverty (CCPs). America After 3PM Special Report: Afterschool in Communities of Concentrated Poverty, released today by the Afterschool Alliance, finds that 24 percent of children living in CCPs participate in an afterschool program, compared to 18 percent of children overall in the United States.
Congratulations to the city for establishing healthier nutrition standards for vending machines on Louisville Metro properties.
The Santa Clara County Healthy Beverages in Kids’ Meal Ordinance recently passed 4-0, and ensures that restaurants that sell kids’ meals can only include water and milk in those meals.
We have exciting news from Oklahoma: the state is making progress in helping all families access affordable, healthy foods!
On April 20th, the Governor signed HB 1235, which requires the reporting of PE quality at school, district, and state level.
Montgomery County and Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission have passed policies that will expand healthy drinks and snacks offered in county and park vending machines.
St. Louis, Missouri, and New York State are making their communities healthier for all families.