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Schools receive lower reimbursements for providing breakfast, but rates are higher in Alaska and Hawaii, and special assistance is available for schools that serve a large proportion of breakfasts to low-income children (about 65 percent of breakfasts served receive this additional support). 8 million of them received free or reduced-price breakfasts. We consider some benefits of the school lunch and breakfast programs to be work supports. The federal government provides a general subsidy to all program participants regardless of income.
Chapter 6 examines the effectiveness of the work support system as a means to encourage welfare recipients to make the transition from welfare to work. 75. Weir (2004). 01-8191-1 Ch01 11/2/05 4:12 PM Page 23 Redistribution through Work 23 Part 3 evaluates the performance of the work support system. Chapter 7 evaluates the work support system at the national level, in terms of the assistance it provides to poor and near-poor working families, including families making the transition from welfare to work.
Department of Agriculture (1994). 62. Department of Agriculture (1999b). 63. Currie (2003). 02-8191-1 ch02 11/2/05 4:18 PM Page 43 Work Support Programs 43 receive food stamps. And households with an elderly or disabled member enjoy more liberal eligibility standards. A key concern in establishing eligibility is the value of assets possessed by the members of the household, because asset limits are more stringent than income limits in terms of limiting participation by needy working families. Household assets generally cannot exceed $2,000, unless there is an elderly or disabled person in the household, in which case the limit is $3,000.