Wisconsin has moved up a notch in a school nutrition program.
The state used to rank last in the nation in participation in the federal school breakfast program. However, Wisconsin spent $3 million to lose, what Governor Jim Doyle calls, a very dubious distinction.
The Governor says the state's investment has allowed Wisconsin to capture and additional $12 million in federal funding to help support school breakfast programs.
Doyle says the programs are important because kids learn better when they're not hungry.