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A new report by the Southern Education Foundation finds that low-income children are a majority in the public schools of at least 17 states -- 13 of them in the South. Here are the states with the most low-income students, based off the percentage of public school students receiving free or reduced-price lunches in 2011:
Low-income students now make up the majority of public schools in at least 17 states. Find out which states have the most.
The manager of Cloverleaf Dairy reluctantly asked The Department of Agriculture for a waiver to lower his prices below the minimum allowed by state law.
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