Some Jackson County students are missing school because they can't afford period products

Friday, February 25, 2022
NPR in Kansas City

Discusses issues that many students face in accessing and affording period products. This article outlines how local school districts have responded to these challenges, as well as suggested policy changes to better support students in accessing safe period products and information about menstrual health.

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