Nearly a third of U.S. families don't have enough to eat, according to a new report.
Data from The Hamilton Project found that 1 in 3 families with children are 'food insecure', and about 1 in 4 households overall.
The problem is made worse by the pandemic - not only are many parents out of work, but with many schools holding remote classes, kids aren't able to get meals at school.
What's the best way to ensure that every child in the U.S. is properly fed?
Should schools find a way to provide meals even if classes are held remotely?