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LAUSD board to make decisions on breakfast in classroom, suspensions

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A student talks with cafeteria worker Sophia Villareal as she picks up her breakfast at Brockton Elementary School Monday, June 29, 2012 in Los Angeles, Calif. (Photo/Richard Hartog) Richard Hartog/California Watch

While schools across the state wait to hear what's in store for them budgetwise, schools here in LA County are deciding the fate of a program designed to tackle child hunger. 

For more than a year now, LA Unified schools have been serving up breakfast in the classroom, but the program has come under fire from teachers.

RELATED: LA Unified school board to vote on free breakfast program, school suspensions

With more on this and other issues the school board will be addressing this afternoon, we're joined now by KPCC's education reporter Adolfo Guzman Lopez.

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