Breakfast for Learning Research Brief

Breakfast for Learning Research Brief

FRAC, the Food Research & Action Center, has assembled a helpful report that examines the connection between having breakfast and learning.

Topics explored include:

  • Skipping Breakfast and Experiencing Hunger Impair Children’s Ability to Learn
  • Eating Breakfast, Including at School, Helps Improve Student Academic Performance and Behavior
  • Breakfast in the Classroom Programs and Programs Offering Breakfast at no Cost to all Children in the Cafeteria Yield Other Positive Results
  • Beliefs About Breakfast Can Influence Participation in School Breakfast
  • School Breakfast Decreases the Risk of Food Insecurity
  • School Breakfast Can Improve Children’s Dietary Intake and Protect Against Obesity and Other Negative Health Outcomes

Download the full brief to learn more.