It has become increasingly practical to distribute fresh food from farm to table. California's First Partner, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, is an advocate for a Farm to School movement. Penelope Oliver, a student leader, explains steps you can take in your school.
Governor Newsom has proposed significant new investment in California's school meal programs. Tia Shimada of California Food Policy Advocates argues that making the most of such an investment will require a new, inclusive approach.
Traditional public schools are required to provide free or reduced-price meals to students from low-income families. The vast majority of charter schools provide food, too, but they aren't required to do so. Should they be?
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