Academic Performance

Teens and kids with five or more weekly family meals are 40% more likely to get mainly A’s and B’s than kids who have two or fewer meals together weekly. 

Grades Go Up when Families Eat Together

Teens and kids who eat most often with their parents are 40% more likely to get mainly A’s and B’s than kids who have zero to two dinners together weekly. (Source: CASA—The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University).