Food Education in School
Get Food Education in Every School is a national initiative to raise awareness about the critical importance of food education in schools across America. This is a chance to start talking about how food education should be an integrated part of the school curriculum, and that hands-on cooking and essential food skills should be taught to every child, at every school in the country.
Using M.C.s and M.D.s to Promote Healthy Eating for Youths - NYTimes.com
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The Gardeneers: Two Chicago School Teachers on a Mission to Change Schools Through Gardens
Team Nutrition | USAD Food and Nutrition Service initiative to support the Child Nutrition Programs
When Kids Won't Eat Healthy School Lunches: Should Parents Get the Blame? Enter Food Education!
Delicious & healthy lunch at a St. Paul Public School! We've come a long way to improve school foods, but we still have work to do!
When you hear the words “middle school” and “lunch” in the same sentence, you might think of a teenager with a can of Coke in one hand, and a bag of chips in another. What if I asked you, instead, to picture a group of 11-15 year old students chopping onions with real knives, sautéing vegetables over a burner, or cutting brussel sprouts off the stalk?