We have released a new ready-to-publish data set based on data collected by the U.S. Department of Education. Each year, the National School Lunch Program provides free or reduced-price meals to children of low-income families. Student eligibility for the program is tracked by the department as an indicator of poverty. This searchable database ranks the poverty levels of schools in each state based on the percentage of change over the past five school years.
The data set can be used on its own, or to augment new or existing news on the topic of poverty in the U.S. The data set is ready to be published as a searchable database on any website.
This data set is free to use for all Caspio customers. Visit the App Gallery to request your copy today.
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