December 27, 2013
Now Your Child Can Get a Report Card on Lunch

Introducing the weekly email that details everything your child picked out in the cafeteria.
Read more. [Image: Toby Talbot/AP Photo]

Now Your Child Can Get a Report Card on Lunch

Introducing the weekly email that details everything your child picked out in the cafeteria.

Read more. [Image: Toby Talbot/AP Photo]

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    I’m happy to not have to grade my students on their lunchtime habits for the time being.
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    Wouldn’t it make more sense for schools to offer healthier foods and cut some of the least healthy items on the menu?
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