Posts Tagged: Schools

Is There a “Contraband Economy” in School Cafeterias?

SF Schools’ Meal Meltdown

SF Schools’ Meal Meltdown

Posted August 26, 2015 by

It’s déjà vu all over again, as SF public schools have been left waiting – and waiting – for their cafeteria meal deliveries, beginning the first day of this new school year. That’s exactly what happened at the start of
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3 Ways to Help SF Teachers

3 Ways to Help SF Teachers

Posted August 17, 2015 by

School starts for many this week, and in the San Francisco Bay Area the big story is the teacher shortage. This news should not be surprising. As state education funding over the past decade fell far short of meeting needs,
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The Problem With School Boards

The Problem With School Boards

Posted June 18, 2015 by Mat Catastrophe

In the last couple of weeks, two stories floated into my periphery that, when taken together, begin to paint a solidly depressing picture of where we’re headed as a country. They deal with our public schools (or, perhaps, what is
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Schools Struggle After Leaving Federal Meal Program

School Nutrition Association Caters to the 1%

School Nutrition Assn Chooses Flexibility over Funding

School Nutrition Assn Defies Common Sense

School Nutrition Assn Defies Common Sense

Posted February 17, 2015 by

The School Nutrition Association says their mission is “advancing the quality of school meal programs through education and advocacy”, but some of their recent advocacy efforts defy common sense. How can an organization dedicated to advancing the quality of school
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