Nearly 13 million American children don’t know where they’ll get their next meal or if it will be enough. The hunger they experience inhibits their ability to learn, prompting free breakfast and lunch programs for the neediest students. Yet, some cities have gone a step further by providing all public school students with free lunch. Soledad O’Brien examines why New York City made the change as well as how the expansion is impacting the students and their grades.

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