FIGURE 2-1 School meals process and distributions of enrolled students and meals served across free, reduced-price, and full-price categories: Traditional approach and universal free meals.
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served across the free, reduced-price, and full-price meal categories at each point differ. The first two boxes and the first oval in the figure reflect distributions based on all enrolled students; the second oval and last box relate to average daily meals served. For simplicity, we have assumed that the process depicted in the figure occurs instantaneously
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