Eat. Play. Learn. N is for NO Kid Hungry

To celebrate the publication of Proceedings of the Learning Connection Summit: Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Student Achievement, I’m offering a short daily post during February on the ABCs of the health and academics.

N is for NO Kid Hungry

There is so much work that needs to be done. Sometimes it makes me cry and sometimes I am glad to have so many partners working to insure that NO Kid Hungry becomes a reality. This interactive State of Hunger map allows you to check state rankings and initiatives. Some states are clearly doing a better job than others; I guess I should feel better that Montana is somewhere in the middle. Honestly, I am just so sad that we live in a country that has not yet figured out how to feed all its children. NO Kid Hungry

No Kid Hungry: State of Hunger Map

No Kid Hungry: State of Hunger Map

2 thoughts on “Eat. Play. Learn. N is for NO Kid Hungry

  1. Dayle, I’ve been reading your blog posts and I love what you’re doing. Your insight and approach to school and health is fantastic. Is there a way to contact you regarding guest blogging for my company’s blog? We provide software to schools to manage their health center, and we’re always looking for quality resources to share with our schools.


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