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Author Q&A with Andrew Ruis, Eating to Learn, Learning to Eat: The Origins of School Lunch in the United States
School food is often framed as a “food fight” between a host of contenders: federal and state governments, policy advocates, public health officials, the food industry, teachers, parents, and children themselves. 2,570 more words
Through our partnership with Children’s Hospital of UPMC and the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, a Pittsburgh Public School – Phillips Elementary on the Southside – was honored as one of America’s Healthiest Schools. 66 more words
I applied and searched everywhere, but couldn’t find a good school for my kid… this was the stressed statement oozed out from my friend, who has a school-going age kid, and was unable to find a school for her kid, she spoke this midst of her sobs, which was the result of frustration and the depression she went through, during the research, but yet the result was not what she was looking for. 350 more words
A measure that aims to prevent the so-called practice of “lunch shaming” in Oregon is one step closer to becoming law.
The Oregon Senate voted unanimously Monday for a bill that would ban schools from singling out kids who can’t pay for their meal. 32 more words