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London Bans Fast-food Restaurants From Opening Near Schools
Mayor Sadiq Khan calls the city’s child-obesity epidemic a “ticking time bomb.”
A Colorado Lunch Lady Got Fired for Feeding Kids in Need
She gave out free meals to students without lunch money.
Quote of the Day
Marc Vetri Says Don’t Shortchange School Lunches
The chef believes that lunchrooms are just as important as classrooms.
Liquor Store Privatization Plan Doesn’t Add Up For Schools
We knew it wouldn’t be long until the other shoe dropped in this latest chapter of the privatization saga.
Now Liquor Store Privatization Will Generate $1 Billion for Public Schools
The latest plan calls for turning over money raised from auctioning off liquor licenses to public schools.
Boston Kids Get Free Breakfasts
Every child is now entitled to a free morning feast.
Foodies With Benefits
Latvian Students Get a Taste of Vetri’s Eatiquette
The program serves meals family style, and facilitates conversation amongst students.
Chester Shuts Down Troublesome Takeout Joint; Americans Don’t Know How to Lose
Plus: Wal-Mart eyes China for its next move; and the Obama administration considers healthy food standards for school vending machines, all in our morning news roundup.
City Council Proposes a Boozy Bailout For Schools
A new plan calls for funding schools with revenue drawn from keeping bars open and extra hour.
Quote of the Day
Osteria’s Jeff Michaud Thinks Philly’s School’s Priorities Are
The James Beard award-winning chef thinks children’s nutrition should come first.
Nutter Proposes Soda Tax to Close City Schools’ Budget Gap; Was Bin Laden
Plus: Kids in California spend 24 hours in a Denny’s to set a Guinness World Record; and fast food jobs become desirable in the tough economy, all in our morning news roundup.
Should There Be a Separation Between Church and State of Sobriety?
Will Harlem fall victim to new legislation seeking to close a loophole in the dreaded 200-foot law?