Don’t deny child lunch at school
First, don’t make a kid pay for their parents’ shortcomings. Second, don’t throw perfectly good food in the garbage.
Welcome to the two most obvious policy changes Minnesota schools need to make in the wake of a survey released last week that revealed significant differences in how school districts handle low-income students whose parents fail to provide enough lunch money.
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