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DHS launches No Tennessee Child Goes Hungry initiative

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Tennessee Department of Human Services is asking the community for help in fighting child hunger.

The department is gathering feedback from Tennessee residents about its food programs as part of a new initiative called No Tennessee Child Goes Hungry. 144 more words


#ThanksMichelleObama: School resumes — so do skimpy lunches

EAG News

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Public schools across the country are throwing their doors open for another year of learning.

That can mean only one thing: the drudgery of school lunches influenced by Michelle Obama’s rules. 69 more words


Public School Cuisine

There are at least 10,000 reasons not to send your kids to public school, and here’s one of them–the food is awful ( http://eagnews.org/thanksmichelleobama-school-resumes-students-begin-posting-skimpy-lunches/ ). 206 more words


Three simple messages Congress needs to hear from school board members during the August Congressional Recess

MSBA has been monitoring the progress of the three most timely education topics on Capitol Hill. We are cautiously optimistic that meaningful legislation will result when Congress returns in September. 714 more words


Mouth Hunger

There is more than one type of hunger. One type is physical hunger, where your stomach is actually growling and you feel a slight pain in your stomach. 344 more words


Child Nutrition Act

Congress will be revising the Child Nutrition Act in September. This act makes sure that children are given fruits and vegetables, real whole grains, reduced sodium, and the right amount of calories for each meal. 485 more words

Childhood Obesity

Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Still Want Bake Sales

By Amy E. Feldman

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – As Marie Antoinette could tell you, it is dangerous to withhold the cake. And like her, the federal government is beginning to get pushback from the masses as well. 172 more words

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