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As a teaching student at Michigan State University I did a study of my students to see if there  was any correlation between food assistance and student overall  performance. I also tested to see if there was any relation between  favorite subjects and food assistance. The purpose in differentiating  was to see if students with food assistance had different grades or  preferred subjects. Our hypothesis was that students with lower socioeconomic status would  have lower grades and a similar favorite subject amongst them. This idea came from the  problems often associated with hunger as it relates to focus in school. The aim was also the  highlight the importance of school food programs to student learning.  In order to receive this data we had our 4 th  through 7 th  hour classes each fill out a survey with  the above information. The classes taught during those times are U.S. 
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2011 for the course TE 408 taught by Professor Kaiser during the Spring '11 term at University of Michigan.

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