The chart below shows the percentage of students in families receiving public aid, living in substitute care, or eligible to receive free or reduced price lunches in a SAMPLE DISTRICT. The State collects demographic information on the student body, including percentage of students who live in low income households. Students ages 3 to 17 meet the low-income criteria if they receive or live in households that receive public aid from SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) or TANF (Targeted Assistance for Needy Families); are classified as homeless, migrant, runaway, Head Start, or foster children; or live in a household where the household income meets (USDA) guidelines to receive free or reduced-price meals.