REPLAY the VIDEO: Watch the webcast from the March 4 Center for Public Policy Priorities annual Texas KIDS Count report on the very latest data about how kids are doing in Texas. A panel of policy, business, and research experts discussed “Why Pre-K? Why Now? - Joining Forces to Make Kids a Priority.” Panelists include:
Written by Edward Olvera on Jun 13 2012 - 6:17pm
Updated for 2019: Many kids rely on free or reduced-price school breakfast and lunch programs for food, which makes summer a particularly difficult time for hungry kids and families. Summer feeding programs help fill the gaps to ensure that children in low-income areas continue to receive nutritious meals during long school vacations. This map helps hungry kids find free food in the San Antonio area.
Written by Joe Ruiz on Aug 10 2011 - 12:46pm
U.S. Rep. Charles Gonzalez (D-Texas) is scheduled to attend the next Healthy Kids Breakfast set for 9 a.m., Monday, August 15.