Join this question and answer session to get any and all Community Eligibility Provision policy and implementation questions answered by federal, state and local experts.  Panelists will include U.S. Department of Education Title I experts, state Title I experts, and state and local child nutrition and school administrators with experience implementing community eligibility.

Community Eligibility (CEP) is a new option to allow high poverty schools to offer breakfast and lunch to all students at no charge while eliminating meal applications. School districts have until August 31 to notify their state agencies that they would like to opt in for the 2014-15 school year.


Co-hosted by: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Food Research and Action Center.

Webinar Information
Date Presented:
July 08, 2014 3:00 PM Eastern
Length:
1 hour
Registration Fee:
Free
Registration for this event is closed
Community Eligibility: Everything You Want to Know but Were Afraid to Ask
Speaker Information
Lindsay Blough, Illinois State Board of Education
Monique Chism, U.S. Department of Education
Susan Ehrhart, Polk County Public Schools, Florida
Keri Kennedy, West Virginia Department of Education
Madeleine Levin, Food Research and Action Center
Zoe Neuberger, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
Mike Radke, Michigan Department of Education
Larry Spring, Schenectady Public Schools, New York (invited)
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