The Urban School Food Alliance travels to France. Vive la révolution?
Food service leaders from six of the nation's very largest districts--New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, Miami, and Orlando--have joined together over shared reform goals: lower prices, more sustainable production practice, and a pronounced shift in not just what's served, but how--including
The face of free school food is about to change in some neighborhoods thanks to something called Community Eligibility. Community Eligibility helps bring universal meal service to high poverty districts. It's been introduced in phases, and this coming school year it's going national.